Subject Proposal, RFP # COR-09 G, Traffic and by gjg97952

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									May 1, 2009

Claudia L. Zahorcak, P.E.
Special Projects Coordinator
City of Albany, Public Works Department
City Hall, Second Floor
333 Broadalbin Street SW
Albany, OR 97231

Subject: Proposal, RFP # COR-09 G, Traffic and Transportation Engineering
Dear Ms. Zahorcak:
Your COR firms must act as an extension of the City’s staff. This means understanding your
goals, developing scopes of work to meet your objectives, and mobilizing project teams to get to
work quickly. From supporting many other Oregon clients under similar on-call contracts, HDR
is adept at mobilizing quickly. When you contact us, we will immediately begin developing a
scope of work that meets your project needs.
Our team provides the City with traffic and transportation professionals that possess technical
capabilities, leadership, and innovations gained from our experiences working on similar projects
throughout Oregon and the Northwest. Our staff have served our clients in projects that cover
streets, arterials and highways design; interchange improvements and modifications; grade
separation; rail studies and design; bridges and structures; transit, planning/studies; long-range
transportation plans; local circulation studies; transportation improvement financing; corridor
and access management planning; traffic analysis and operations; real estate appraisal and right
of way consultation; and construction inspection and management.
Key team members are located in our Portland and Salem offices, allowing us to quickly
respond to your needs. Our contract manager, task order/design managers, and technical
specialists provide technical know-how and a wealth of experiences that will add value to the
City. With HDR, the City of Albany will have immediate access to highly qualified individuals
who are motivated to undertake the challenges of your projects and work closely with your staff.
HDR’s Portland staff is supported by more than 600 additional staff in the Northwest, providing
ample resources to draw on for any project. The example projects that are highlighted in this
proposal illustrate the types of challenges that we have successfully faced for other, similar
clients.
Claude Sakr, PE, is our contract manager. He will provide a single point of contact for
negotiating and initiating work orders with the City. Claude will provide direction to the
consultant team, define strategies, and act as HDR’s liaison with City staff.
To best support your projects, HDR has time-tested Work Order / Design Managers and
management practices in place to effectively handle multiple and concurrent on-call work orders.
Combined with the built-in service redundancies we achieve through our regional staffing, HDR
has a proven track record in both delivery of work assignments and commitment of key
candidate personnel.
Michael Downing is HDR’s Portland Department Manager and the contracting individual
authorized to negotiate, bind and execute the Master Agreement. Contact information for
Michael and Claude is listed below. Please feel free to contact either Michael or Claude at
503.423.3700 in regard to this submittal. Email and mailing addresses are:
       Michael Downing: Michael.Downing@hdrinc.com
       Claude Sakr; Claude.Sakr@hdrinc.com
       Mailing address: HDR, 1001 SW 5th Avenue, Suite 1800, Portland, OR 97204
HDR has reviewed the example Master Agreement and offers our suggestions for exceptions and
additions below.

Master Agreement Section           Proposed Change

Indemnification (page A-4)         In the second line of the first paragraph of this section, recommend
                                   deleting “arising out of or resulting from” and inserting “to the extent
                                   caused by”
Rejection of Work (page A-5)       In the second line please insert “due to the failure to meet the standard
                                   of care” after deficiencies


We look forward to hearing from you regarding your selection and to working with the City of
Albany in meeting your environmental permitting needs. If you have any questions, please don’t
hesitate to contact us.

Sincerely,
HDR Engineering, Inc.



Claude Sakr, PE                                      Michael Downing
Contract Manager                                     Vice President


Enclosure
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Table of Contents
Our statement of qualifications is organized in accordance with requirements as stated on pages 13 through 18
of the Request for Proposal (RFP) document. Table 1 below illustrates where our response to each evaluation
criteria may be found.

TABLE 1. Our proposal is organized in accordance with the RFP requirements and responds to each evaluation criteria.
 Section                                  Addresses Evaluation Criteria                                  Pg No.

 1.0    Introduction to the Firm           4.3 Firm overview, description of primary and supporting           2
                                               offices, and staff summary

 2.0    Previous Relevant Project Work     4.4 Previous relevant projects that indicate the firm’s skills,    4
                                               techniques, methods, and staffing approaches for success.

 3.0    Project Team                       4.5 Project team qualifications summary emphasizing recent,       16
                                               directly applicable experience for category of service.

 4.0    Track Record with City of Albany   4.6 Demonstrated understanding of the City’s facilities,          30
                                               requirements, and business practices.
 Appendices (Evaluation Criterion 4.7)
       A. Addenda
       B. Resumes
       C. Labor and Fee Schedules




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Section 1. Introduction to the Firm
(Responds to Evaluation Criterion 4.3)
Firm Overview
HDR provides consulting services in engineering, architecture,
and project development to clients across the nation. The firm
employs 8,000 people in 165 offices nationwide, and 635 staff
in Northwest offices in Portland, Salem, John Day, Ashland,
and Klamath Falls, Oregon; Bellevue, Pasco, Spokane, and
Olympia, Washington; Boise and Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. HDR is
an employee-owned firm offering expertise in 50 design and
scientific disciplines for clients such as federal, state, and local
                                                                     FIGURE 1. With 165 offices nationwide, HDR offers
governments, tribal corporations, ports, and private institutions.
                                                                     ample resources to serve our local communities.
We serve municipal, state, and federal clients throughout the
Pacific Northwest.                                                                    History and Size
By selecting HDR, the City of Albany will have immediate access to highly               • Founded in 1917; serving Pacific NW
qualified individuals who are motivated to undertake the challenges of your               clients since 1989
projects and work closely with your staff. HDR’s Portland staff, supported              • Expertise in 50 design and scientific
by more than 635 additional staff in the Northwest, can provide you with                  disciplines
ample resources for any project. To meet specific project needs, we can                 • 153 staff in Portland, OR
draw upon the company-wide expertise. HDR’s specializes in the following                • More than 8,000 employee-owners
major service areas:                                                                    • 12 offices in the Pacific Northwest,
                                                                                          165 locations worldwide
•   Transportation: Streets, arterials and highways design, interchange
    improvements and modifications, grade separation, bridges and                       Business Indicators
    structures, railroads infrastructure, transit, planning/studies, long range         • Ranked No. 13
    transportation plans, local circulation studies, transportation improvement           among Engineering News-Record’s
                                                                                          2009 Top 500 Design Firms
    financing, corridor and access management planning, traffic analysis and
                                                                                        • Work obtained from repeat clients: 80
    operations, real estate appraisal and right of way consultation, and
                                                                                          percent
    construction inspection and management.
•   Environmental Engineering, Planning, and Permitting: Environmental                  Key Services
    regulatory compliance; all aspects of environmental permitting (including           HDR provides solutions
                                                                                        that help clients meet complex
    studies, permit application, mitigation design, and agency coordination);           challenges in the following service areas:
    hydraulics and hydrology; land use planning; wetlands, wildlife, and
                                                                                        • Transportation Planning
    fisheries studies; habitat restoration planning; streambank repair and
    stabilization; floodplain and floodway surface water evaluations;                   • Traffic and Transportation
                                                                                          Engineering
    mitigation and enhancement concepts, planning, and design; and
    Endangered Species Act compliance.                                                  • Structural Engineering, Inspection,
                                                                                          and Rating
•   Water: Water supply, treatment, and distribution; feasibility studies; pipe         • Rail
    conveyance; water pump station and force main design, inspection, and               • Transit
    construction; wastewater collection and treatment; seismic evaluation of
                                                                                        • Environmental Analysis and Design
    conveyance/treatment structures; and surface water management.
                                                                                        • Environmental Permitting
The engineers, planners, scientists, and technicians in each of these business          • Water Resources Engineering
groups combine their skills and resources to deliver projects that serve our
                                                                                        • Right of way
clients and our communities. All three of HDR’s business groups are
                                                                                        • Construction Management
represented in the Portland office; weekly meetings and close cross-
                                                                                        • Water/Wastewater
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disciplinary coordination between these groups allow HDR to provide a full range of services to meet our
clients’ needs.
Primary and Supporting Offices
Responsive and highly efficient management and execution requires timely decision-making and taking
immediate action to keep projects on track. Responsiveness is not simply a function of distance – being
responsive means…
 Answering the telephone at 5:00 p.m. and taking the necessary action that day to resolve a situation.
 Taking the time up front to discuss project elements and goals to ensure that the entire project team has a
   clear understanding of your expectations.
 Re-allocating resources as necessary to meet a fast-track deadline, bringing in staff from other offices or
   sending our staff to your office to get the job done.
 Ensuring the final project results fully meet your satisfaction.
HDR is licensed to work in Oregon, and the majority of the key team members of HDR are located in our
primary office in Portland, OR. This proximity means HDR staff can take immediate action on project tasks,
attend planned or impromptu meetings, and respond quickly to environmental or design phase issues or
concerns. We also have offices in Ashland, John Day and Klamath Falls.
We use the latest in communication technology to minimize travel costs and streamline project schedules. Our
web-based control system manages and tracks the flow of information creating a virtual office anywhere an
Internet connection can be obtained. Combining this technology with our network of offices (see Figure 1) and
networked communication systems, HDR staff can be onsite within hours of the request. Efficient project
management and a state-of-the-art communications network will ensure that HDR is providing cost-effective
and responsive service to the City of Albany.

Staff Summary
HDR has time-tested Project Managers and management practices to effectively accommodate varying levels
of work. HDR staff are highly experienced in providing services in signal/intersection design; rail studies and
design; traffic studies/plans; bridge/road design; bridge rating and evaluation; bridge retrofits; new bridge
design; construction administration; and pavement
analysis and design, whether to complete a single task          Table 2. HDR has ample resources to meet critical project
                                                                milestones on concurrent assignments
or multi-tasked projects under constrained timelines.
                                                                 # of Discipline              # of   Discipline
Our team comprises qualified professionals whose                Staf                          Staff
expertise and availability can be matched to your project          f
needs and timing. HDR includes 314 Traffic / Rail /               58 Transportation Engr.       18 Transportation Planner
Transportation staff in the Pacific Northwest (Table 1).
Additionally, we can draw on HDR’s pool of more than              23 Structural Engineer        23 Engineering Technician
8,000 staff nationwide. Our ample resources give HDR              47 CADD Technician            11 GIS Specialist
the flexibility to meet demanding delivery milestones             68 Civil Engineer             26 Civil Designer
under this contract.                                              18 Rail                       22 Administration
                                                                                     Total     314 Northwestern Traffic /
                                                                                                     Rail / Transportation
                                                                                                     Staff




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Section 2. Previous Relevant Project Work
(Responds to Evaluation Criterion 4.4)
Great projects result from the successful collaboration of all team members working for a common
understanding of the issues and guided by a shared vision. To effectively serve as an extension of City staff,
the consultant must provide efficient and innovative staff to handle fast-paced and demanding work orders.
HDR offers that team. To fully demonstrate the depth of experience and knowledge HDR offers, we feature in
this section a sample of recent, relevant projects that best demonstrate our commitment to provide quality
work. Following these feature projects, we provide matrixes that further demonstrate HDR’s long history of
providing our clients with quality work on comparable projects while achieving cost control and meeting
schedules. We have successfully completed numerous bridge, rail and roadway studies, design, and
construction projects for cities and counties throughout Oregon. References are included with the following
projects.


I-5, OR 228 and OR 34: Albany Bridge Repairs
Linn County, OR (ODOT)                                                                             Estimated Completion
                                                                                                   Date
HDR is providing all aspects of construction contract administration and management                November 2005
on this $1.7M bridge repair project for ODOT. HDR’s responsibilities include:
                                                                                                   Actual Completion Date
•   Preparing and implementing a Quality Assurance Plan                                            November 2005

•   Performing construction contract administration; holding weekly project meetings,              Schedule Revisions
                                                                                                   None
    monitoring costs, measuring quantities and preparing pay notes for construction
    activities and the monthly pay estimate using CPS program.                                     Estimated Budget
                                                                                                   $1,714,610M (Total
•   Performing daily field inspection.                                                             Construction + fee)
•   Conducting labor compliance and EEO interviews; verifying weekly payroll
                                                                                                   Actual Budget
    reports.
                                                                                                   $1,714,610M (Total
•   Updating and maintaining quality and quantity non-field test summaries.                        Construction + fee)
•   Preparing field inspection reports (FIR), TP&DT and erosion control reports.
                                                                                                   Budget Revisions
•   Preparing and negotiating contract change orders; claim review support.                        None to date
•   Closing out the project - semi-final of quality and quantity documentation, and
    labor documentation (certified payrolls, labor compliance certification, and                   Reference
                                                                                                   Russ Olson, ODOT
    employee interview reports).
                                                                                                   Phone: (503) 986-2703
                                                                                                   Date(s) Services Provided
Project Highlights                                                                                 2005

 Rehabilitation of six bridges on the I-5, OR 228 and OR 34:
  Pacific, Halsey-Sweet Home & Corvallis – Lebanon Highways in
  Linn County
 Cleaning, sealing and epoxy injecting concrete cracks.
 Installing drilled and epoxied dowels in hardened concrete and
  providing and installing internal stirrups




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  Boeckman Road Extension, City of Wilsonville, OR

                                                             Project Highlights:
                                                              Prepared Environmental Assessment and Biological Assessment.
                                                              Prepared TS&L bridge report, preliminary and final PS&E plans for
                                                                roadway and bridge, storm drainage, water quality, illumination,
                                                                signals, sanitary sewer, watermain, striping and signing, and
                                                                access management.
                                                              Prepared permit applications; coordinated with agency personnel.
                                                              Performed topographic survey; utilities mapping; and prepared right
                                                                of way plans and exhibits.
                                                              Performed construction management and construction inspection.



Est. Completion Date       Project Overview. The City of
June 2006 (Design)         Wilsonville’s Transportation System Plan identified this federally funded project as a
                           critical east-west arterial. The roadway alignment is in a project area rich with natural
Actual Completion Date     resources, including the Coffee Lake Creek Basin wetlands.
June 2006 (Design)
                           Prepared an Environmental Assessment (EA) and obtained environmental permits.
Schedule Revisions         Primary issues and associated impacts include wetlands; water resources; floodplains; and
None                       aesthetics. Worked closely with ODOT, FHWA, Metro, and stakeholders to develop the
                           project’s purpose and need statement.
Est. Budget
$2.23 M (fee)              Performed preliminary engineering and final design. Evaluated multiple roadway
                           alignments in support of the NEPA process. Prepared preliminary plans for the roadway
Actual Budget              extension including a roundabout. Prepared final
$2.60 (fee)                PS&E construction documents and right of way plans.

Budget Revisions
                           Prepared Type, Size and Location (TS&L) bridge
Added several elements,    report to evaluate a balance between wetland impacts
incl. 48-inch water main   and bridge layouts across the wetlands. The resulting
                           six-span (405 ft.) prestressed concrete bridge on a
Reference                  curved alignment was then advanced to final plans.
Pat Carroll
Phone: (503) 682-0461      Provided construction administration. This included
                           preparing pay notes for monthly pay estimates,
Date(s) Services           performing field inspection, and preparing and
                                                                                              Curvilinear roadway and bridge
Provided                   negotiating contract change orders.
                                                                                              enhanced the surrounding area
2003 – 2006 (Design)    Project Outcome. HDR designed an environmentally
2006 – 2008 (Const.)    friendly “green” street, consistent with Metro
                        guidance. HDR and the City introduced opportunities
  for context-sensitive design by incorporating the natural character of the
  landscape into planning and design. This project won the 2007 WTS
  Project of the Year Award, and the 2008 APWA Project of the Year
  Award.




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Hwy 99 – Siskiyou Boulevard
City of Ashland, OR                                      Summary of Scope of Work
                                                          Preliminary and final PS&E plans, storm drainage, highway
Project Overview. HDR managed the successful               illumination, traffic signals, pavement markings, and signage.
delivery of a traffic operations analysis,                Evaluate several traffic operations scenarios and work with
modifications to seven intersections, design for           stakeholders to select a preferred intersection layout for the project.

four new signals and modifications to signalized
intersections, signing and striping design, and signal
interconnection on Siskiyou Boulevard, a five-lane
roadway with a center turn lane and five signalized
intersections. The City of Ashland received funding
from ODOT for modernizing a 1.2-mile section of
Highway 99 (Siskiyou Boulevard).
Three separate traffic analysis tasks were performed
for this project. The traffic control options reviewed
                               were a roundabout
Estimated Completion Date
July 2002                      alternative and various applications of
Actual Completion Date         signalized traffic control. The team analyzed
May 2002                       the roundabout option with VISSIM and the
                               signal option in Synchro. A roundabout was
Schedule Revisions
Completed two months ahead
                               not recommended to be used as a traffic
of schedule                    control tool at the intersection of East
                               Main/Siskiyou Boulevard/Lithia Way. HDR
Estimated Budget
                               also managed a public outreach program to
$450,596
                               build consensus on traffic operations
Actual Budget                  changes.
$450,596
                               Project Outcome. Innovative traffic modeling
Budget Revisions
None
                               and computer simulation provided needed
                               traffic operational analysis to recommend
Reference
Paula Brown, City of Ashland   signalization of the Highway 99 couplet
(541) 552-2411                 rather than building a roundabout.
Date(s) Services Provided
2000 - 2002




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OR 223 (Kings Valley Highway
at Dallas-Rickreall Highway)                       Summary of Scope of Work
Project Overview. The OR 223 Kings                   Realignment of the intersection
Valley Hwy at Dallas-Rickreall Hwy                   Conceptual alignment analysis; preliminary and final PS&E design
                                                       including construction staging
project is located at the intersection of the
                                                     Traffic signal, illumination, signing, and striping
Kings Valley Hwy (Hwy 191) and the
                                                     Construction administration
Dallas-Rickreall Hwy (Hwy 189). This
project will improve the existing highway by realigning the north-south alignment through the signalized
intersection and widening the intersection approaches to add turning lanes. The realignment will eliminate the
                           “jog” through the intersection, reduce the skew angle, and create a conventional
                           signalized intersection designed to eliminate driver confusion.
Est. Completion Date
November 2005              HDR prepared the engineering design for the concept alignment, refined and analyzed
                           conceptual design alternatives, and facilitated the selection of a preferred alternative.
Actual Completion Date     HDR services included surveying, environmental services, public involvement, traffic
November 2005              signal design, illumination design, pavement markings, pavement design, access
                           management plan, geotechnical design, storm drainage, construction staging and
Schedule Revisions
None impacting project     traffic control plans, and bid
completion. Initial        support.
adjustments made to
                          HDR also provided construction
accommodate late start.
                          inspection and construction
Est Budget                administration services, specifically
$2.3M (PE, CE, R/W, and   monitoring the construction
Construction)             contractor’s
Actual Budget             quality control
$2.3M                     technicians to
Budget Revisions
                          assure proper
None                      certification, and
                          proper testing
Reference
                          frequencies and
Tim Dodson, ODOT          procedures are
Phone: (503) 986-2666     being followed.


Project Outcome. The project:
 Reduces accidents at the intersection
 Improves the operations of the intersections by reducing queues and
  delays
 Protects and prolongs the efficiency of the intersection
 Develops an Access Management strategy and plan
 Promotes alternative modes of transportation including bicycles and
  pedestrians
 Meets ODOT/AASHTO Design Standards




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 I-5 / SR 501 Interchange Replacement, Clark County, WA
 (City of Ridgefield)
                                                                   Summary of Scope of Work
 Project Overview. The I-5 junction with SR 501 is                Replacing the 1960s-era interchange with a modern
 recognized as a major industrial development hub                  interchange provides capacity for safe, efficient access to I-5
 for the Portland, OR and Vancouver, WA                           Removal of the existing bridge
 metropolitan region. It is the location of the largest           New, widened bridge will remove bottleneck, improve safety,
 remaining undeveloped land parcels in the region                  and create new pedestrian and bicycle access
 zoned for business/industrial use. Development is                New signal design
 contingent upon providing sufficient access to I-5               Structural design for new bridge and ramps
 and can only be accomplished through replacement                 Realigning SR501 (Pioneer Street) within the existing right
 of this 40+-year-old interchange with a state-of-                 of way
 the-art facility designed to accommodate                         Preliminary and final design, value engineering,
 anticipated traffic and freight volumes.                          environmental studies and clearances, right of way plans and
                                                                   purchase, and construction services
 SR 501 (Pioneer Street) is a principal arterial state
 highway link to downtown Ridgefield, the Port of
 Ridgefield, and the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge. HDR is providing the engineering and environmental
 services to replace the current interchange with a Single Point Urban Interchange, widen SR501 to four
 through travel lanes plus turning lanes, and improve North 65th Avenue at its new intersection with SR501.
 Project issues include:
• Sight distance and ramp geometry – Design the interchange to accommodate the future growth.
                               • Wetlands / environmental impacts – Minor environmental/wetland issues will
  Est. Completion Date           require early identification of impacts and development of mitigation plans and
                                 permits.
   2005: PE, VE, and
                               • Access to/from I-5 during construction – Work with the City, WSDOT, and other
     environmental studies
   2006: Environmental          key stakeholders to develop construction staging and traffic control plans that keep
     permitting, final design,   corridor traffic moving and maintain access to local businesses.
     right of way purchase     • Existing northbound I-5 truck weigh-in-motion facility north of the
   2007-08: Construction        interchange – Develop a design that avoids or minimizes impact to the weigh-in-
  Actual Completion Date         motion facility and provides a safe merge for trucks traffic.
  May 2009                     • East-west bicycle and pedestrian connectivity – Develop a design that provides
                                 safe and inviting east-west bicycle and pedestrian route connectivity.
  Schedule Revisions
  Project on hold due to                                                                 Project Outcome. This project
  funding                                                                                will address long-term capacity
  Est. Budget                                                                            needs at a very constrained
  $40M total (PE, CE, R/W,                                                               interchange to support economic
  and Construction)                                                                      development and provide family
  Actual Budget                                                                          wage jobs to southwest
  $3.0M (Estimated Fee)                                                                  Washington residents.
  Budget Revisions
  None to date
  Reference
  Justin Clary
  Phone: (360) 887-8251
  Date(s) Services
  Provided
  Ongoing
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I-84 Upper and Lower Quarry Bridges
                                                              Summary of Project Scope
La Grande, OR (ODOT)                                           Preliminary and final PS&E plans, cracked bridge inspection
                                                                and load rating of existing bridges, storm drainage, highway
Project Overview. HDR was the lead designer on                  illumination, and striping and signing
this design-build project to realign 1.1 miles of I-           Prepare reports (Biological Assessment, wetlands
84, the primary east-west truck route in eastern                delineation report) documenting environmental findings.
                                                               Prepare permit applications. Coordinate and consult with
Oregon, and replace four cracked weight-
                                                                environmental agency personnel.
restricted bridges over the Grande Ronde River                 Construction inspection, and quality control compliance on
and two active UPRR mainlines on I-84 at the                    field-tested and non-field tested materials
Oro Dell Interchange west of La Grande in Union                Coordination with UPRR and preparing rail crossing orders
County, Oregon. This was an OTIA design-build
project on a fast track schedule, requiring
                                expedited environmental permitting and design in order to complete work
 Est. Completion Date
                                within the desired timeframe (by 2004).
 November 2004                   Primary issues associated with the project include: a very complex site; I-84 is
 Actual Completion Date          characterized by series of sweeping curves that hug the Grande Ronde through
 November 2004                   a narrow canyon straddled by rocky bluffs. The roadway alignment was
 Schedule Revisions              constrained by environmental and geological factors (canyon, river, wetlands,
 Completed 7 months ahead of     exposed rock and cut rock), UPRR tracks, and the contiguous US 30 Oro Dell
 original ODOT RFP schedule      interchange at Lower Quarry. The structure design live loading is HL-93 in
 Est. Budget
                                 accordance to AASHTO LRFD Bridge Design
 $2.33M (total fee)              Specifications.
 Actual Budget                    A net decrease in the number of bents within the
 $2.65M (total fee)               Ordinary High Water Mark (OHWM) was
                                  required at each bridge location. Additionally,
 Budget Revisions
 Budget revised to provide design no net increase in fill material is allowed
 and construction services for    within the FEMA defined 100-year
 extra work added by ODOT         floodplain. Decreasing the number of
 Reference
                                  bents in the OHWM was particularly
 Mark Hanson, ODOT                challenging at Upper Quarry due to the
 Phone: (541) 963-1361            large skew of the river channel in relation
                                  to I-84. HDR developed a bridge layout
 Date(s) Services Provided
 2002 – 2004 (22 months)          that reduced the number of bents in the
                                  channel at each bridge location. Bents
                                  in the OHWM are founded on
drilled shafts to minimize river impacts. All bents are located                   “…[HDR] took the initiative to make sure
outside jurisdictional wetlands. Several MSE walls were                     communication was occurring...able to respond
designed and constructed to retain the I-84 roadway                           successfully to all of those demands even when
embankment and reduce environmental impacts.                                              they’ve been needed very quickly.”
Project Outcome. ODOT issued the notice-to-proceed on                                    –Mark Hanson, ODOT
January 31, 2003. HDR’s innovative construction staging                                     I-84 Quarry Bridges
resulted in a 21-month environmental permitting, design and
construction schedule seven months earlier than the ODOT RFP date of May 31, 2005. This project won a
Grand Award in the 2005 ACEC Engineering Excellence competition.




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Rail Crossing Corridor Study
City of Scappoose, OR
The first of its kind in Oregon, this study
reviewed the geometric and operational
opportunities and constraints for 11 highway/rail
grade crossings. Most of the existing roadways
did not meet the AASHTO vertical design
standards and turning radius standards for WB-60
and WB-40 truck trailers. The team designed new
roadway approaches and railroad profile to meet
the needs of the City of Scappoose, the Portland
& Western Railroad, and ODOT’s Highway and
Rail sections.
Crown-Zellerbach Road / Rail
Improvements
City of Scappoose, OR
HDR provided roadway and railroad engineering
and construction services for this new arterial
roadway that connects U.S. Hwy 30 at
Scappoose-Vernonia Road with West Lane Road
and serves as the gateway to the airport industrial
area. The team integrated the new U.S. Hwy 30
traffic signal with the railroad crossing
interconnect systems and coordinated with
ODOT’s Scappoose-Vernonia Road
realignment.
Havlik Drive Railroad Crossings and Road Extension
City of Scappoose, OR
HDR provided rail and roadway design, stormwater drainage and water main design to connect the signalized
Havlik Drive/U.S. Hwy 30 intersection to Frederick Street. The project will help spur economic development
within south Scappoose.
Railroad Crossings Evaluation
City of Ashland, OR
HDR prepared a study on the conditions of nine at-grade railroad crossings of the Central Oregon & Pacific
Railroad. This included conceptual improvements to bring the crossings to current safety standards. The
crossings were ranked for improvement based on roadway, railroad, and community considerations. Ranking
criteria included existing roadway and rail conditions; facilities that use or surround each crossing; current and
forecasted traffic circulation; and safety. The study also provided funding options and implementation
strategies to guide future grade crossing improvements throughout the city.




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Table 3. Traffic Engineering Services




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OR 213; E. Portland Freeway to Conway, Clackamas Co., OR                                    
I-84: E. Portland Freeway to NE 181st, Multnomah Co., OR                                
US 30: Columbia Co. Line to Swedetown Road, Columbia Co., OR                             
Pacific Way to Dooley Bridge/US 101, Seaside, OR                                                        
I-405 Bellevue Added Access, Bellevue, WA                                                                    
I-84 Upper and Lower Quarry Bridges, La Grande, OR                                                        
Hwy 99 - Siskiyou Blvd, City of Ashland, OR                                                          
OR223 Kings Valley Hwy/Dallas Rickreall Hwy, Dallas, OR                                                
OR99W/Territorial Hwy Improvements                                                                       
Boeckman Rd Extension Wilsonville, OR                                                                     
Crown-Zellerbach Road Improvements, Scappoose, OR                                                       
Havlik Road Improvements, Scappoose, OR                                                                
Everett Transportation Interchange Impact Analysis, WA                                                             
East Connector Roadway/Bridge Design, Portland, OR                                                          
SR 504 Added Access Feasibility Study                                                                                  
Issaquah Transportation Element Update, WA                                                                               
SR 18 Issaquah-Hobart Road to I-90, WA                                                                     
I-405/NE 44th Street Interchange Modification, WA                                                        
I-405 Corridor – Accident Analysis, Bellevue, WA                                                                         
SR 527 Design Report, WA                                                                                      
Snohomish County On-call Traffic Eng. Services, WA                                                     
Granite Falls Alt Route Traffic Forecasting/Channelization, WA                                                         
128th Street Traffic Signal Optimization, WA                                                              
Issaquah On-call Traffic Engineering Services, WA                                                      
West Richland Signal Design, WA                                                                         
King County On-call Traffic Eng/Signal Design Services, WA                                              
Bridging the Valley Traffic Modeling, WA                                                                        
Port of Tacoma Traffic Circulation Study, WA                                                                               
120th Avenue Widening/Traffic Circulation Analysis, WA                                                              




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Table 4. Roadway Engineering Services




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US 20 Cold Springs Cutoff Road to Cascade Meadow Ranch Rd, Deschutes Co., OR                                                
OR 213: Conway to Henrici, Clackamas Co., OR                                                                                
OR 213: Henrici to Monte Carlo, Clackamas Co., OR                                                                           
US 30: Columbia Co. Line to Swedetown Road, Columbia Co., OR                                                                

I-84 Upper and Lower Quarry Bridges, La Grande, OR                                                                                  
Oregon Coast Hwy (US 101) Airport Rd to Dooley Br, Clatsop County, OR                                                       
I-205 / I-5 Salmon Creek Interchange, Clark County, WA                                                                   
OR 126 / US 20 Santiam Hwy (Suttle Lake to Sisters)                                                                         
I-405 Bellevue Added Access, Bellevue, WA (8th, 6th, and 4th Interchange)                                                 
I-5 / SR 501 Interchange Replacement, Ridgefield, WA                                                                      
OR 223 Kings Valley Hwy/Dallas-Rickreall Hwy                                                                                      
US 30 By-pass (NE Portland Highway) Widening, Portland, OR                                                                    
Boeckman Road Connector, Wilsonville, OR                                                                                    
39th Street Grade Separation of BNSF, Vancouver, WA                                                                         
ADDITIONAL RELEVANT PROJECTS
Hwy 66 (Ashland Street) Access Control, Ashland, OR                                                                          
Highway 99 (Siskiyou Blvd) Widening, Ashland, OR                                                                             
Crown-Zellerbach Road, Scappoose, OR                                                                                               
Havlik Road, Scappoose, OR                                                                                                         
Kuebler Road Interchange, Salem, OR                                                                                         
I-405 / 4th Street Interchange, Bellevue, WA                                                                              
I-405 / 8th Street Interchange, Bellevue, WA                                                                              
I-5 / 116th Street Interchange, Marysville, WA                                                                            
I-405 and NE 44th Street Interchange, WA                                                                                  
I-5 Lynnwood Direct Access Interchange, Lynnwood, WA                                                                      
I-90 to SR18 Issaquah Improvements, WA                                                                                     
SR 12 / Old Naches Road Interchange, WA                                                                                   
SR 20 Interchange/Roadway (SR 5 to Fredonia), WA                                                                          
SR 240/Edison Street Grade Separation, Kennewick, WA                                                                            
I-84 Franklin Interchange, Phase 2, Idaho                                                                                 
US-95 Garwood, Idaho                                                                                                      
US-95 Setters to Bellgrove, Phase 1, Idaho                                                                                 




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Table 5. Bridge Design, Evaluation, Retrofit and Rehabilitation Services




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I-84 Upper and Lower Quarry Bridges, La Grande, OR                                                                          
Oregon Coast Highway (US 101) Airport Rd to Dooley Bridge, Clatsop County, OR                 
I-5 / I-205 Salmon Creek Interchange, Clark County, WA                                                                       
Union Street RR Bridge Rehabilitation/Pedestrian Access, Salem, OR                                                              
Bateman Creek (Wilson River Hwy), Washington County, OR                                                                     
Boeckman Road Extension Wilsonville, OR                                                                                     
I-5 / SR 501 Interchange, Ridgefield, WA                                                                                   
East Connector Grade Separation, Portland, OR                                                                              
UPRR Steel Bridge Crossing Willamette River, Portland, OR                                                                                  
39th Street Grade Separation of BNSF, Vancouver, WA                                                                          
ADDITIONAL RELEVANT PROJECTS
W&P RR Bridge Crossing Hwy 99W Feasibility Study, OR                                                                                        
Columbia Slough Pedestrian/Bike Bridge Crossing, Portland, OR                                                               
Lower Albina Overcrossing, Portland, OR                                                                                     
Wilsonville-Beaverton Commuter Rail Bridge Crossings, Washington County, OR                                                      
39th Street Grade Separation of BNSF, Vancouver, WA                                                                          
BNSF Rehabilitation of Movable Bridge Crossing Columbia River, Portland, OR                                                       
Rivergate Bridge Crossing, Portland, OR                                                                                      
Rogue, Siskiyou, and Umpqua National Forest Bridge Inspections, OR                                                                     
Carter Creek Bridge, Florence, OR                                                                                             
Diamond Lake Crossing, Florence, OR                                                                                           
ODOT On-call Bridge Inspection/Load Rating, Statewide, OR                                                                             
ODOT On-call Bridge Engineering Services, Statewide, OR                                                                      
City of Portland On-call Structural Engineering                                                                              
WSDOT On-call Structural Engineering, Statewide, WA                                                                         
TriMet Bridge Inspection Procedures Manual, Portland, OR                                                                                    
Bridge Load Rating Computer Program Development, USFS, Portland, OR                                                                         
Zig Zag River Bridge Emergency Repairs, Clackamas County, OR                                                                        
Lewis and Clark Railroad Bridge Emergency Repair                                                                                    
I-405 / 4th Street Interchange, Bellevue, WA                                                                                
I-405 / 8th Street Interchange, Bellevue, WA                                                                                
I-5 / 116th Interchange, Marysville, WA                                                                                     
41st Street Grade Separation, Everett, WA                                                                                   
South 180th Street BNSF/UPRR Grade Separation                                                                               
SR 240 / Edison St. Grade Separation, Kennewick, WA                                                                         
Columbia Center BNSF Grade Separation, Kennewick, WA                                                                        
I-15 Snake River Bridges, Northbound and Southbound, Idaho                                                                  




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Table 6. Construction Inspection and Engineering Services




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I-84 Upper and Lower Quarry Bridges, La Grande, OR. (ODOT)                                                         
I-84: Encina-Durkee Section Bridge Repairs, Baker County, OR. (ODOT)                                                    
Kings Valley Hwy (Hwy 191) @ Dallas-Rickreall Hwy (Hwy 189), Dallas, OR (ODOT)                                          
I-5, OR 228 and OR 34: Albany Bridge Repairs, Linn County, OR. (ODOT)                                                   
OR 224, US 26 & US 97 Design/Build: Mt. Hood to Chemult Bridges, OR (ODOT)                                                
US 97: Nevada Ave to Green Springs Dr – Calif Hwy, Klamath Falls, OR (ODOT)                                             
Crown Zelerbach Improvements, City of Scappose, OR (City of Scappose)                                                   
Rail (at-grade crossings) Safety Improvements On-Call (ODOT)                                                            
WSDOT On-Call Construction Administration Services, Statewide                                                           
Construction Surveillance Services (Pima County DOT)                                                                      
Temporary Technician Personnel for Construction Projects (ADOT)                                                        
Statewide Full Service Construction Administration On-call Contract (ADOT)                                              
On-call Construction Administration Services (New Mexico DOT)                                                           
On-call Construction Administration Services (Nevada DOT)                                                               
Construction Administration, Flagstaff District (ADOT)                                                                  
CSX General Engineering Contract, AMEC                                                                                  
PM-10 Roads, Phase III, NE Valley Construction Administration (ADOT)                                                    
Trunk Highway 52 Design-Build Procurement Documents (MNDOT)                                                             
Las Vegas Beltway Construction Management (NDOT)                                                                        
Whittier Access Project (Alaska DOT)                                                                                    
Glenn Parks (Alaska DOT)                                                                                                
Whittier Tunnel Design-Build/Program Mgmt (Alaska DOT)                                                                  
Orange County Roll Roads Field Engineering Management (Caltrans)                                                        
I-229 Corridor Reconstruction (South Dakota DOT)                                                                        
I-75 Peace River Bridge (Florida DOT)                                                                                   
I-4 St. Johns River Bridge (Florida DOT)                                                                                
Cooper River Bridge Replacement (South Carolina DOT)                                                                    
Legacy Parkway Program and Schedule Mgmt (Utah DOT)                                                                      




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Section 3. Project Team
(Responds to Evaluation Criterion 4.5)
Daily management and coordination is vital for the success of any project. To ensure the City receives a high
quality work product, your project receives close attention, and City staff are well served, HDR offers a
Project Manager with demonstrated successes in delivering small to large roadway, rail, bridge, traffic studies
and design; strong Work Order / Design Managers with the experience to manage small, mid-sized, and large
projects; and Technical Advisors to provide technical expertise and quality control at key milestones. Our
team’s management structure and staff composition brings proven experience and knowledge to ensure
successful performance.
 Our team starts with a project manager who is experienced in leading challenging projects to successful
  conclusions. Project Manager Claude Sakr, P.E. will provide a single point of contact for contracting and
  initiating work orders with the City of Albany. He will have direct accountability for HDR’s performance
  and quality control. He will define project needs with the City’s project manager. He will then assign staff
  that best match project needs, including type, size, duration, and complexity. Claude will provide direction,
  define strategies, and act as HDR’s liaison with City staff.
 Work Order / Design Managers, Don Moe, PE, Mark Libby, PE; Brendan LeBlanc, PE, PTOE; Kirk
  Hampson, PE., PLS; and Scott Hale, will manage individual work order assignments. These staff have
  extensive experience in all of the transportation specialties addressed under this contract, including
  signal/intersection design; traffic studies/plans; rail studies and design; bridge/road design; bridge rating and
  evaluation; bridge retrofits; new bridge design; construction administration; and pavement analysis and
  design. They will manage specific assignments and oversee the day-to-day performance of assigned staff,
  their work progress, deliverables, and budget and schedule; they will monitor the delivery of each work
  order to ensure work performance conforms to scope; implement the quality plan and ensure quality control
  reviews on work products are conducted and documented; and provide monthly status reports to the City.
 Our core team is supported by Senior Reviewer(s) / QC Manager(s) Don Owings, PE and Paul Bott, PE.
  These staff are available to provide valuable insights based on their collective experiences and to review
  documents for accuracy and appropriateness. As you will see in the brief biographies presented on the
  following pages, these staff have exemplary experience in roadway and bridge design and construction.
 Technical Specialty Groups are presented in the organization chart, next page, and include Bridge Design;
  Bridge Retrofit / Construction Administration; Traffic Studies; Bridge Rating / Evaluation; Signal /
  Intersection; Illumination; Roadway Design; Drafting Support; Rail Design; Pavement Markings and
  Striping; and Pavement Analysis and Design.


Project Team Organization
Our team has been organized to maximize efficiency, to be responsive to your requirements for planning,
design, and construction services, and to provide a clear definition of roles and responsibilities. The
organizational structure (see Figure 3 on the next page) provides direct lines of responsibility and
communication with the Work Order Managers as the focal point on day-to-day management of specific
assignments. We have combined technical expertise with effective management and quality control functions
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    Candidate Team Members
    HDR has all the bases covered. Our team is organized to provide clear definitions of responsibilities that
    helps ensure timeliness and quality for work order execution. We have combined technical expertise with
    effective management and quality control functions to minimize the cost of service. Further, these skilled
    staff members will assume responsibilities that match those performed on other projects, so they aren’t
    learning on your budget. Table 6, below, carefully examines our key team member’s roles and
    responsibilities, and highlights his/her qualifications to work for the City of Albany. Detailed resumes for all
    candidate team members are included in Appendix B.

Table 7. All candidate staff members have experience with similar projects.
CONTRACT MANAGER, QA/QC, and WORK ORDER/DESIGN MANAGERS
Key Staff                       Qualifications and Experience Highlights                          Recent, Relevant Projects
Claude Sakr, PE*                ▪ More than 26 years of public and private sector                 ▪ Boeckman Road Extension, City of Wilsonville,
Contract Manager                  experience on a broad range of infrastructure projects            OR
Location: Portland                (roadways, arterials, bridges, rail and rail transit, tunnel,   ▪ US 101 Oregon Coast Highway, Airport Rd to
Years of Experience: 26           and inter-modal facilities in urban corridors and over            Dooley Bridge, Clatsop County, OR (ODOT)
Education: M.S., Civil            sensitive waterways).                                           ▪ Port of Portland On-call Services
Engineering; B.S., Structural   ▪ Demonstrated leadership on complex Programs/Projects            ▪ Crown-Zellerbach Road, City of Scappoose – OR
Engineering                       establishing vision for project execution.                      ▪ Siskiyou Boulevard (Highway 99), City of Ashland,
Registration: Professional      ▪ Demonstrated leadership developing and implementing               OR.
Engr: OR                          goals and strategy; directing engineering and planning; &       ▪ I-84: Design-Build Upper and Lower Quarry
                                  overseeing work quality and contract negotiations.                Bridges, La Grande, OR (ODOT)
                                ▪ Demonstrated excellence providing cradle-to-grave               ▪ I-5 / SR 501 Int, Ridgefield, WA
                                  management of interdisciplinary engineering and                 ▪ Columbia Blvd. to Lombard Street Connector,
                                  construction teams on federally funded projects.                  Multnomah Co., OR (Portland, OR)
                                ▪ Brings on-time, on-budget project delivery through
                                  project management leadership and implementation of
                                  schedule and budget controls.
                                References:
                                Mike Clark                                                   Mark Hanson
                                Project: 39th Street Grade Separation                        Project : I-84 Upper & Lower Quarry Bridges
                                Phone: (360) 805-2110                                        Phone: (541) 863-1361
                                Email: clarkm@wsdot.wa.gov                                   Email: mark.w.hanson@odot.state.or.us
Roger Johnson                   ▪ Manages HDR’s Transportation program throughout the        • I-5 / SR 501 Interchange Improvements,
Principal-in-charge               Northwest; coordinates more than 200 professionals in        Ridgefield, WA (City of Ridgefield / WSDOT)
Location: Portland                five states involved in transportation programs and        • Boeckman Road Extension, City of Wilsonville,
Years of Experience: 44           projects.                                                    OR
Certification: FHWA             ▪ 28 years as a transportation consultant working for        ▪ Port of Cascades Locks/I-84 Roadway
Documentation Auditor             clients in the Pacific Northwest.                            Overcrossing, EIS, and APDR, OR
Don Owings                      ▪ Significant transportation engineering and senior          ▪ Interchange EIS and IAMP, Cascade Locks, OR.
Senior Review / QA&QC             program/project management leadership experience.          ▪ 39th Street Grade Separation Project,
Location: Portland              ▪ Includes providing program- and project-level direction to   Vancouver, WA.
Years of Experience: 24           multidisciplinary engineering and construction teams       ▪ I-5, Salmon Creek to I-205, Vancouver, WA.
Registration: Professional        from planning through design, environmental compliance ▪ I-205, Padden Pedestrian Structure, Clark
Engineer, WA                      (NEPA) and construction.                                     County, WA.
Education: BS, Civil            ▪ Prior to joining HDR, served as Area Engineer for the      ▪ I-5, Burnt Bridge Creek thru 78th Street,
Engineering                       WSDOT.                                                       Vancouver, WA.



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Table 7. All candidate staff members have experience with similar projects.
Don Moe, P.E.*                 ▪ Experience designing, or managing the design, of public       ▪ Wilsonville Road, Phases 1-4, Wilsonville, OR.
Work Order/Design                infrastructure and private development projects.              ▪ Barber Street Extension, Wilsonville, OR
Manager                        ▪ Significant amount of experience managing professional        ▪ Value Engineering Study for the SR 500/St.
Location: Portland               engineering staff, including scheduling, mentoring, and         Johns Interchange, WSDOT, Vancouver, WA.
Years of Experience: 26          providing technical assistance.                               ▪ 18th Street Improvements, Vancouver, WA.
Education: B.S., Civil         ▪ Extensive experience working on multi-disciplinary            ▪ NW Leadbetter Road Extension, Camas, WA.
Engineering                      teams.
Scott Hale                     ▪ Rail designer, with design experience on multiple             ▪ Grade Crossings Design, McMinnville, OR,
Rail Design                      railroad and roadway projects.                                  ODOT
Location: Portland             ▪ Designed and drafted plan sets for reconstruction and         ▪ Boeckman Road Extension, Wilsonville, OR
Years of Experience: 12          rehabilitation of railroad crossings for the PNWR, CORP,      ▪ Kenton Line Siding Extension, Union Pacific
Education: A.A., CAD             and UPRR.                                                       Railroad, OR
                               ▪ Designed ditch and channel sections to accommodate            ▪ I-205 Commuter Rail Feasibility Study,
                                 drainage and detention requirements, and laid out               Southwest WA RTC
                                 railroad signals where track crosses roadway.                 ▪ Millenium Park Plaza, Pedestrian Grade
                               ▪ Experienced in the use of AutoCAD 2000i, Land                   Crossing, Portland & Western Railroad, OR
                                 Development Desktop, MicroStation, SelectCAD, and             ▪ Crown-Zellerbach Road, City of Scappoose – OR
                                 ArcView.
Elaine Werner*                 ▪ Experience preparing monthly progress estimates               ▪ OR 223 Kings Valley Hwy @ Dallas-Rickreall
Bridge                           including design-build estimates. Prepared justifications       Hwy, Dallas, OR.
Retrofit/Construction            for overruns of project authorizations. Reviewed Local        ▪ Crown-Zellerbach Road Improvements
Administration                   Government Agencies on ODOT's processes for monthly             Project, Scappoose, OR.
Location: Portland               progress estimates.                                           ▪ I-84 Quarry Bridges Replacement Design-Build
Years of Experience: 16        ▪ Experience in preparing monthly progress estimates,             Project, La Grande, OR.
Education: B.S., Secondary       including design-build estimates on projects ranging up       ▪ Lovejoy Ramp, City of Portland, OR.
Education                        to $80 million in construction authorizations.                ▪ Independence Grade Crossing Final
                               ▪ Experience documenting non-field tested construction            Design, Independence, OR.
                                 items and regularly prepares and maintains non-field          ▪ Jefferson County Grade Crossing, (ODOT)
                                 tested summaries, conducts on-site reviews, and               ▪ Boeckman Road Extension, Wilsonville, OR
                                 prepares labor compliance documentation.
Fusan Lin, PE, PTOE            ▪ Transportation engineer on a variety of traffic design and    ▪ Broadway Intersection, Seaside, OR,
Signals/Intersections            traffic operation projects.                                   ▪ Bateman Creek Bridge Replacement & Fish
Location: Seattle              ▪ Responsibilities included managing, planning, scoping,          Passage, Balm Grove, OR.
Years of Experience: 9           budgeting and preparation of signing, striping, traffic       ▪ OR 223 (Kings Valley Highway at Dallas-
Education: B.S., Civil           signal, illumination and ITS plans.                             Rickreall Highway), ODOT
Engineering                    ▪ Responsibilities also included traffic simulation modeling,   ▪ OR-99W & Territorial Highway
Registration: Professional       operational analysis of transportation facilities, site         Improvements, Monroe, OR., ODOT
Traffic Operations Engineer;     feasibility studies, corridor studies, signal warrant         ▪ Boeckman Road Extension, Wilsonville, OR
Certified Traffic Signal         studies, parking and roadway safety studies.                  ▪ I-5 / SR 501 (Pioneer Street) Interchange,
Inspector; Prof. Engr, OR                                                                        Ridgefield, WA
Bill Burgel, R.G.              ▪ Vast experience in engineering and railway operations.        ▪ SRTC's Bridging the Valley study
Rail Design                    ▪ Thoroughly understands the operations of railroads,           ▪ Pacific NW Rail Corridor study (ODOT and
Location: Portland               including freight and materials movement, and railroad          WSDOT)
Years of Experience: 35          traffic flow issues.                                          ▪ Rail Capacity Analysis (ODOT)
Registration: Registered       ▪ Nationally recognized expert on rail operations in a          ▪ ALCOA intermodal Yard, Port of Portland
Professional Geologist,          mixed passenger and freight environment.                      ▪ Alcoa Intermodal Yard, Port of Portland, OR
Oregon                         ▪ Prior to joining HDR, Mr. Burgel was the Union Pacific        ▪ Terminal 5 Canpotex Loops, Port of Portland, OR
                                 Railroad’s chief dispatcher for six western states.

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Table 7. All candidate staff members have experience with similar projects.
Mark Libby, P.E.*              ▪ Experienced in design and construction of bridges, both        ▪ Union Street Railroad Bridge Conversion (Rails
Work Order / Design              new and rehabilitated, including the latest seismic design       to Trails), Salem, OR
Manager; Bridge Design           and modeling procedures.                                       ▪ I-5/SR501 (Pioneer Street) Interchange
Location: Portland             ▪ Senior bridge engineer with extensive background in the          Structures Design and Analysis, Ridgefield, WA
Years of Experience: 18          design of highway structures from small municipal              ▪ Boeckman Road Extension, Wilsonville, OR
Registration: Professional       projects to some of the largest recent highway projects in     ▪ Bateman Creek (Wilson River Hwy), Washington
Engineer - OR, MO, NM, CO        the country.                                                     County, OR.
                               ▪ Field inspection and structural evaluation of highway          ▪ US 101 Oregon Coast Highway, Airport Road to
                                 structures & construction inspection of highway projects         Broadway (Units 1&5), Clatsop County, OR.
Brendan LeBlanc, P.E.,          ▪ Knowledgeable in all facets of large interchange              ▪ Airport Road to Dooley Bridge
PTOE*                             projects, including geometric layout, construction cost ,       (Hwy101), ODOT, Seaside, OR.
Work Order / Design               stage construction, traffic control, and signage plans.       ▪ Bateman Creek Bridge Replacement and Fish
Manager                         ▪ Brings hands-on highway design and survey experience,           Passage, ODOT, Balm Grove, OR.
Location: Portland                including use of MicroStation and InRoads CADD                ▪ I-5 / SR 501 (Pioneer Street) Interchange,
Years of Experience: 15           software in preliminary design of highway projects              Ridgefield, WA
Registration: Professional      ▪ Prepared signing and striping plans, traffic signal design,   ▪ Salmon Creek Interchange, WSDOT, Vancouver,
Engineer – Civil: OR, WA,         and study reports.                                              WA.
ID; Professional Traffic        ▪ Well versed in the preparation of preliminary engineering     ▪ Santiam Highway (Suttle Lake to Sisters), ODOT,
Operations Engineer: OR           designs, Design Acceptance Plans, and Advance and               Sisters, OR.
                                  Final Plans for ODOT projects.
Paul Bott, P.E., S.E.           ▪ Experience in the management and design of a variety          ▪ Boeckman Road Extension, Wilsonville, OR
QA/QC                             of structure types, including prestressed and post-           ▪ SR 509 East/West Corridor, Tacoma, WA
Location: Bellevue, WA            tensioned concrete, steel, and timber.                          (WSDOT)
Years of Experience: 24         ▪ Performs dynamic modeling and seismic analysis for            ▪ SR-520 HOV Widening and Overpass, Bellevue,
Education: B.S., Civil            bridges, and completes VE and design reviews.                   WA (WSDOT)
Engineering                     ▪ Provided structural design management of 144 bridges          ▪ I-84 Upper/Lower Quarry Bridges, La Grande,
Registration: Prof.               by more than 160 structural design staff, oversight of          OR (ODOT)
Engineer: MO, TX, and NV;         approximately $35M in bridge design fees, preparation of      ▪ HDR’s Regional Bridge Manager for the Pacific
Structural Engineer: WA and       over 50 bridge plans and schedule management to                 NW
UT                                ensure completion of bridge designs in just 19 months         ▪ 39th Street Grade Separation, Vancouver, WA
                                  for reconstruction of the I-15 Fwy in Salt Lake City, UT.
Kirk Hampson, P.E., PLS*        ▪ Demonstrated excellence a diverse array of engineering        ▪ I-84 D-B Upper/Lower Quarry Bridges, La
Work Order / Design               functions, leadership roles, and successful project             Grande, OR
Manager                           management endeavors.                                         ▪ Camelot-Sylvan Phase 1 (US 26), Portland, OR
Location: Portland, OR          ▪ Served as ODOT’s Region 1 Access Management                     (ODOT)
Years of Experience: 26           Engineer, ensuring consistent implementation of OAR           ▪ I-5 / SR 501 Interchange Improvements,
Education: B.S., Civil            734-051 Access Management Rules                                 Ridgefield, WA (City of Ridgefield / WSDOT)
Engineering; B.S., Business     ▪ Extremely proficient in serving on statewide development      ▪ Pacific Hwy. West (Hwy 99W–Sherwood),
Administration                    review committees, region review appeal panels, and             Sherwood, OR (ODOT)
Registration: Prof. Engr,         multi-regional workshops to ensure implementation of          ▪ Boeckman Road Extension, Wilsonville, OR
OR; Prof. Land Surveyor,          access management rules outside the Portland region.          ▪ OR 223 Kings Valley Hwy @ Dallas-Rickreall
OR                              ▪ Experienced as engineering liaison for design                   Hwy, Dallas, OR.
                                  constructability, construction sequencing, traffic staging,
                                  and feasibility.
* Indicates staff members’ resumes are included in Appendix B




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   Experienced Staff Bring the Resources Necessary for Effective Traffic and Transportation Engineering Services
   HDR has exceptional resources (see Table 7, below) to provide specialized services and technical capabilities.
   Some service areas are duplicated to allow for additional redundancy in support of varying levels of work,
   including short-notice, unscheduled tasks, and to assign local staff to best meet project needs.
Table 8. Our technical resources have proven experience with similar projects.
 Name and Role                  Background                                                       Example Project Experience

 Nick Clark , PE                ▪ Extremely skilled in engineering analysis and design, load     ▪ I-5 / SR 501 (Pioneer Street) Interchange,
 Bridge Design; Pavement          rating analysis, construction observation and inspection,        Ridgefield, WA
 Analysis / Design                field exploration and testing, engineering data collection     ▪ Boeckman Road Extension,, Wilsonville, OR
 Location: Portland               and analysis, preparation of plans and specifications, and     ▪ Sieben Creek and Rock Creek Bridges,
 Years of Experience: 13          shop drawing review.                                             Clackamas County, OR
 Education: M.S./B.S., Civil    ▪ Experience includes analysis and design of prestressed         ▪ I-84 Upper and Lower Quarry Bridges Design-
                                  concrete bridges, and load rating of reinforced concrete         Build, La Grande, OR (ODOT)
 Engineering
                                  deck girder (RCDG) bridges.                                    ▪ Catherine and Little Creek Bridges Union Co.,
 Registration: Professional
 Engineer – OR and WA           ▪ Bridges ranged from 25-foot-long single-span, wooden             OR
                                  structures to 170-foot-long, two-span, steel structures.       ▪ Feed Canal Bridge, Stanfield, OR
 Certifications: ODOT
                                ▪ Proficient in using the AASHTO LRFD Bridge Design              ▪ Wildhorse Creek Bridges, Pendleton and
 Certified Bridge
                                  Specifications, and the AASHTO LRFR Manual.                      Adams, OR
 Construction Inspector and
 ODOT Drilled Shaft Certified   ▪ Performed field exploration and analysis, and prepared         ▪ Dry Creek Bridges Umapine and Milton-
 Inspector                        reports for numerous bridge replacement projects                 Freewater, OR
                                ▪ Foundation systems included spread footings, driven, and       ▪ Crown-Zellerbach Road, City of Scappoose –
                                  augered piles. Drilling conditions ranged from sand to           OR
                                  dense gravel and basalt bedrock.
 Paul Simmons , PE              ▪ Experienced in entire bridge design process including          ▪ Pac-Dooley Bridge Rehabilitation (Highway
 Bridge Design; Bridge            concept studies, preliminary design, final design,               101), ODOT and Seaside, OR.
 Rating / Evaluation              computer modeling, seismic analysis, preparation of plans      ▪ I-5 / SR 501 (Pioneer Street) Interchange,
 Years of Experience: 8           and specifications, scheduling, cost estimation,                 Ridgefield, WA
 Location: Portland               construction technical support, construction inspection,       ▪ Boeckman Road Extension,, Wilsonville, OR
 Education: B.S., Civil           construction support, and shop drawing review.                 ▪ CSXT Bridge 407 at Milepost 40.61 over
 Engineering                    ▪ Proficient in performing bridge design and load rating           Desplaines River, IL
 Registration: Engineer-in-       analysis per AASHTO LRFD and Standard Specification            ▪ Dan Ryan Bridges Rehabilitation (33rd St.,
 Training                         design codes.                                                    91st St. & Michigan Avenue), Chicago, IL.
                                ▪ Assisted with the LRFR load rating of several reinforced
                                  concrete deck girder bridges as part of the OTIA III Bridge
                                  Delivery Program and coordinating with ODOT staff to
                                  develop the statewide LRFR guidelines.
 Melissa Hennessey, PE          ▪ Vast experience in the design of highway and railroad          ▪ I-84: D-B Upper and Lower Quarry Bridges,
 Bridge Retrofit /                structures, with a history of producing quality plans, on        La Grande, OR (ODOT)
 Construction                     time and within budget.                                        ▪ I-84 Isaac’s Canyon Interchange, Boise, ID
 Administration                 ▪ Knowledgeable in project development, including concept          (ITD)
                                  studies, design, plan preparation, construction cost           ▪ I-15/Snake River Bridges, ID (ITD)
 Years of Experience: 20
                                  estimates, writing specifications, and construction support.   ▪ On-call Bridge Load Rating, Statewide, WA
 Location: Boise, ID
                                ▪ Proficient in designing in accordance with AASHTO LRFD           (WSDOT)
 Education: B.S., Civil           Specifications and incorporating all updated requirements.     ▪ East Columbia to Lombard Connector,
 Engineering                    ▪ Experienced structural engineer with a history of                Portland, OR.
 Registration/Certification:      producing quality plans, on time and within budget.
 Professional Engr: OR


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Table 8. Our technical resources have proven experience with similar projects.
 Name and Role                Background                                                     Example Project Experience

 Brad Miller, PE              ▪ Regularly performs load rating, bridge inspections, TS&L     ▪ Boeckman – Tooze Road Connections;
 Bridge Rating /                studies, and final designs in accordance with the current      Wilsonville, OR
 Evaluation                     AASHTO LRFD specifications.                                  ▪ Union Street Rails to Trails, Salem, OR
 Location: Portland           ▪ Specializes in timber structures; offers experience with     ▪ Clark River Bridge Reconstruction, Montana
 Years of Experience: 36        structure types including long span bridges,                   DOT
 Education: M.S./B.S.,          superstructure for concrete segmental, cable-stayed,         ▪ California Street Pedestrian Bridge
 Civil Engineering              prestressed, and post-tensioned concrete, reinforced           Construction Administration, Missoula, MT
 Registrations:                 concrete, and steel.                                         ▪ Gold Creek East & West Bridge
 Professional Engr: Civil -   ▪ Provided oversight for many bridge ratings and for writing     Design, Goldcreek (Gold Creek), MT,
 OR; Structural – ID            bridge load rating software for the US Forest Service          Montana DOT
                                known as Timber Bridge Structural Rating Software.
 Steve Speth                  ▪ Transportation engineer with experience in transportation    ▪ Salmon Creek Interchange, Vancouver, WA
 Signals/Intersections          planning, traffic operations and traffic design.             ▪ SR-18 Issaquah Hobart Road to Interstate 90
 Location: Portland           ▪ Experience working on traffic signal timing studies,           Road Improvements, WSDOT, Issaquah, WA
 Years of Experience: 11        transportation corridor studies, site improvement studies    ▪ I-5 / SR 501 (Pioneer Street) Interchange,
 Education: M.S., B.S.,         and traffic impact studies for residential, commercial and     Ridgefield, WA
 Civil Engineering              mixed-use developments.
 Registration: Professional   ▪ Expert in traffic simulation. Substantial knowledge with
 Engineer, NE                   software packages for traffic engineering and planning.
 Brad Shea                    ▪ Design engineer with experience in large- and small-scale    ▪ City of Issaquah-Public Works Dept., I-90
 Illumination                   transportation projects.                                       Undercrossing Study, CIty of Issaquah,
 Location: Portland           ▪ In-depth experience in the design of modern roundabouts        WA, Issaquah, WA.
 Years of Experience: 15        has made him a leader in the field of roundabout design      ▪ Southcenter Parkway Access Improvement
                                and analysis.                                                  Project, Tukwila, WA.
 Education: B.S., Civil
                              ▪ Performed construction inspection services for various       ▪ Washington State Dept. of
 Engineering
                                sidewalk and intersection projects and has working             Transportation, South Everett Freeway
 Registrations:                 knowledge of software programs AutoCAD, Land                   Station/112th Street SE Project and Final
 PE (WA)                        Development Desktop, and Eagle Point                           Design.
 Mark Taylor                  ▪ Experience in multi-modal transportation facility design     ▪ Crown-Zellerbach Road Improvements
 Roadway Design                 and supporting functions.                                      Project, Scappoose, OR
 Location: Portland           ▪ Led, directed and supported the computer aided design        ▪ Boeckman Road Extension, Wilsonville, OR
                                and drafting (CADD) effort of several complex freeway        ▪ OR 223 Kings Valley Hwy at Dallas-Rickreall
 Years of Experience: 23
                                interchange projects from data collection through final        Hwy, Dallas, OR
 Education: B.S.,
                                plans.                                                       ▪ I-5 / SR 501 (Pioneer Street) Interchange,
 Agricultural Engineering
                              ▪ Acknowledged expert in CADD design while at ODOT;              Ridgefield, WA
                                garnered Excellence Awards nominated by his peers.
 Lesli Merhaut                ▪ Transportation design technician and drafter with            ▪ Crown-Zellerbach Road Improvements
 Roadway Design                 experience in Microstation and AutoCAD.                        Project, Scappoose, OR
 Location: Portland           ▪ Responsible for accurate and timely completion of design     ▪ Boeckman Road Extension,, Wilsonville, OR
                                drawings from survey information, engineering notes,         ▪ OR 223 Kings Valley Hwy at Dallas-Rickreall
 Years of Experience: 35
                                drawings and instructions from the responsible engineer.       Hwy, Dallas, OR, ODOT
                              ▪ CAD drafter and designer on multiple projects involving      ▪ I-5 / SR 501 (Pioneer Street) Interchange,
                                design of vertical and horizontal alignments using ODOT        Ridgefield, WA
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Table 8. Our technical resources have proven experience with similar projects.
 Name and Role               Background                                                          Example Project Experience

 Eric Winters, PE            ▪ Civil and railroad engineer, with design and construction         ▪ Boeckman Road Extension,, Wilsonville, OR
 Rail Design                   experience on multiple railroad and roadway projects.             ▪ Garden Valley Boulevard Grade
 Location: Portland          ▪ Field experience includes emergency response to rebuild             Crossing, Roseburg, OR.
                               washouts along the Port of Tillamook Bay Railroad,                ▪ Downtown BNSF Grade
 Years of Experience: 18
                               construction observation for railroad crossing projects,            Separation, Kennewick, WA.
 Education: B.S., Civil
                               and two years of highway construction with ODOT.                  ▪ Crown-Zellerbach Road Improvements
 Engineering
                             ▪ Designed and constructed more than 15 railroad at-grade             Project, Scappoose, OR
 Registrations:                crossings in Oregon.                                              ▪ Scappoose Rail Corridor Capacity
 PE (OR)
                             ▪ Worked as the lead roadway engineer on the ODOT Rail                Review, Scappoose, OR.
                               Crossings on-call services contract.
 Jon Holladay, PE            ▪ Experience in rail and transportation engineering,                ▪ I-5 / SR 501 (Pioneer Street) Interchange,
 Rail Design; Pavement         surveying, and planning.                                            Ridgefield, WA
 Markings & Striping         ▪ Experience includes rail and traffic operations and               ▪ Boeckman Road Extension,, Wilsonville, OR
 Location: Portland            analysis in the preparation of traffic impact studies,            ▪ Bateman Creek Bridge Replacement & Fish
                               transportation components of master plans, and corridor             Passage, Balm Grove, OR; ODOT
 Years of Experience: 11
                               planning studies.                                                 ▪ Salmon Creek Interchange, Vancouver, WA,
 Education: B.E.,
                             ▪ Performed control, mapping, and construction layout                 WSDOT
 Civil Engineering
                               surveying for transportation projects throughout Oregon.
                             ▪ Experienced CAD designer; develops rail and roadway
                               alignments, utility facilities, signing/striping plans, traffic
                               control plans, and cost estimates.




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Team Mobilization: Accommodating Project Needs with
Team Continuity and Cost-effective Organization                                                         Portland
HDR’s flexible team structure ensures efficiency and continuity of
                                                                                                       Salem
leadership on concurrent assignments.
Approach to Mobilizing Teams. Work planning and scheduling will
be used to maintain an efficient distribution of resources. HDR’s
offices in Portland, Salem, and Ashland will be used as needed to
support your projects. Because of our ability to use work forecasting
tools firm-wide, you can rest assured that the right resources will be
available precisely when needed, without delay. Our approach will be
flexible whether we supplement the City’s in-house resources on a                          FIGURE 3. HDR can provide same-day
specific task or provide resources to deliver an entire project.                           response to the City’s project needs

Our approach to mobilizing teams includes the following steps:
•      Initiate and define the work order. Our Contract Manager will work with the City’s Project Manager to
       develop a clear understanding of the purpose and needs of the work order.
•      Assign the appropriate team members. Our Contract Manager will assign team members with the
       knowledge and experience needed to develop quality designs.
•      Perform quality work. We will develop and implement work plans and QC/QA processes, manage
       progress and deliverables, and manage budget and schedule.
•      Complete deliverables. Our deliverables will meet the City’s timelines and mirror the City’s products so
       that no time is needed on the part of City staff to convert our work products to meet City requirements.
HDR has time-tested Work Order / Design Managers and management practices in place to effectively handle
multiple and concurrent on-call work orders. HDR’s team management and organization structure lends itself
to accommodating varying levels of work (see the organization chart in Figure 3). Combined with the built-in
service redundancies we achieve through our regional staffing, HDR has a proven track record in both delivery
of work assignments and commitment of key personnel (see Table 8 below).

    Table 9. HDR’s approach ensures the stability and continuity needed for both short- and long-term project needs.
    Requirement                HDR’s Approach
    Accommodating varying       Work with the City to identify the level of resources that best match each work order’s
    levels of work assigned      requirements, from a single task to multi-task projects under constrained timelines.
                                Select a Work Order Manager and team member(s) for each assignment that offer the best
                                 expertise based on these requirements.
                                Solve project issues by ensuring that resources and expertise are available when needed.
                                Assert our commitment to serve the City as a top priority client, drawing on select staff that is
    Making staff available to
                                 committed to the local delivery of City projects.
    meet project needs
                                Assemble a team with the skills and relationships required to deliver anticipated projects and the
                                 availability necessary to keep projects on schedule.
                                Use the HDR Project Guide to plan resource utilization and manage staff availability to meet the
                                 City’s needs.
    Optimizing productivity     Streamline project execution through common experience gained from related projects.
                                Use the HDR Project Guide to define goals, scope, work activities and processes, QC/QA
                                 procedures, team members’ responsibilities, deliverables, and itemized schedule and budget.
                                Deploy our project tracking system, enabling managers to monitor and evaluate progress of key
                                 elements on the basis of progress made, budget expended, and hours left to complete.

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 Table 9. HDR’s approach ensures the stability and continuity needed for both short- and long-term project needs.
 Requirement                HDR’s Approach
                             Ensure accurate, real-time tracking of the schedule to assess progress and provide timely
                              evaluation by comparing assumed and actual progress. Schedule variances can be quickly
                              identified and solutions developed and discussed to bring the project back on track.
                             Take full advantage of HDR’s technology resources that easily enable teams to work together
                              seamlessly; e.g., using our website to securely access electronic documents.
 Assuring continuity of      Focus on the early detection of unplanned events; proactively manage these events or
 work while providing         implement contingencies to manage defined risks; and communicate immediately with the City
 cost-effective               Project Manager.
 organization                Maintain ongoing communication, which is essential to building relationships and trust.
                              Throughout the duration of this contract, HDR’s Contract Manager will monitor the quality of
                              these relationships.
                             For complex projects, consider using eRoom, developed by eRoom Technology, Inc., as a virtual
                              storage facility, allowing project participants access to project files, plans, calendars, and
                              financial information to ensure effective continuity of work by multiple team members.


HDR’s tools, procedures, and skill sets provide rapid response. With multiple qualified Technical Specialty
Group Leaders, HDR can mobilize quickly to work on any project in Albany’s jurisdiction. HDR has an
excellent history of mobilizing our staff and resources quickly and efficiently. Our proven track record in both
delivery of work assignments and commitment of key personnel ensures the stability and continuity needed for
this project from design through construction.
Local / Oregon Team Experience
HDR has significant experience working together on similar local projects, as shown in the following table.
Summaries of these projects can be found in Section 2, Previous Relevant Project Work.

Table 10. HDR team members have worked together many times on many similar projects

Local Project Name                          Candidate Team Members on the Project

Boeckman Road Extension                     Claude Sakr; Lesli Merhaut; Brad Miller; Scott Hale; Shawn Kuhns; Eric Winters; Don
Wilsonville, OR                             Best; Brett Cochran; Joshua Shippy; Kirk Hampson; Paul Simmons; Elaine Werner;
                                            Mark Taylor; Fusan Lin; Nick Clark; Mark Libby

Airport Road to Dooley Bridge               Claude Sakr; Melissa Hennessy; Lesli Merhaut; Steve Speth; Scott Hale; Todd
Clatsop County, OR (ODOT)                   Johnson; Joshua Shippy; Kirk Hampson; Paul Simmons; Mark Taylor; Fusan Lin; Nick
                                            Clark; Mark Libby; Brendan LeBlanc; Jon Holladay, Claude Sakr

I-84 Upper and Lower Quarry Bridges         Claude Sakr; Kirk Hampson; Mark Taylor; Todd Johnson; Fusan Lin; Mark Libby;
La Grande, OR (ODOT)                        Brendan LeBlanc; Nick Clark; Elaine Werner; Melissa Hennesey; Bill Burgel; Scott Hale

OR 223 (Kings Valley Highway at Dallas      Claude Sakr; Scott Hale; Kirk Hampson; Elaine Werner; Jake Edwards; Fusan Lin;
– Rickreall Highway)                        Joshua Shippy; Mark Taylor

Rail Crossing Study                         Bill Burgel, Scott Hale, Eric Winters, Claude Sakr
City of Scappoose, OR

Crown-Zellerbach Road / Rail                Claude Sakr, Scott Hale, Eric Winters, Mark Taylor, Elaine Werner, Kirk Hampson,
Improvements                                Nick Clark, Lesli Merhaut
City of Scappoose, OR

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Other HDR Attributes
HDR has standardized procedures that effectively support the delivery, creativity, and problem-solving that we
provide our clients every day. These include procedures for QA/QC, project planning and implementation, and
cost control, change management, and project management.
Rigorous QA/QC Procedures
HDR’s quality program ensures appropriate quality assurance and control measures are considered at eight
critical points in the life of a project. We have identified experienced Don Owings and Paul Bott to provide
oversight of quality assurance activities. These team members can also serve in an advisory role or provide
specialized expertise as required for a specific project. HDR’s commitment to QA/QC makes these individuals
crucial members of our team. Our flexible management approach also makes them available to the City as
needed, offering the full spectrum of resources to meet your project goals.
HDR Quality Management Process. Critical success factors for quality are: incorporating quality assurance in
our design process; properly allocating budget for quality assurance and quality control reviews; and
communicating and planning for quality at eight critical points.
HDR’s quality program involves implementing two distinct but interrelated components to ensure consistency
with the goals of the project. Quality Control (QC) is the implementation of processes ensuring the work is
done correctly the first time, whereas Quality Assurance (QA) is a
systematic method of verifying that our QC efforts were successful. The       8 Critical Points of Quality
QC/QA procedures are practiced and applied by project team members at         • Project Set-up and Initiation
all levels and all project stages.                                            • Internal/External Kick-off
                                                                                   Meetings
Quality Control Plan (QC). Quality reviews will occur during each phase of     •   Communication
the project starting with preliminary design. This allows internal peer        •   Day-to-Day Work Effort
review and the City review feedback early in the design development,           •   Intermediate Backcheck
minimizing costly concept changes and design rework in later project               Reviews
phases, and keeping the project on schedule.                                   •   Adhere to Quality Control
                                                                                   Process
Quality reviews will be conducted independently by qualified senior staff      •   Final Reviews
members that have not been involved with the detailed design. These            •   Post-project Evaluation
include a review of the drawings and specifications for adherence to
project scope, application of sound engineering principles, and design
standards compliance. Our Contract Manager will ensure peer, in-house QA/QC reviews are completed on
design work products for consistency with the overall project goals and objectives. Quality Review Processes
are shown in Table 10 below.




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 Table 10. QA/QC reviews will occur on design work products for consistency with the project goals and objectives.
 Activity                         Feature
 Peer reviews                     An independent, experienced person from each discipline checks the calculations,
                                  drawings, and specifications produced by that discipline
 Conceptual reviews               Independent senior reviewers check the basic concepts on which the project is based
 Constructability /               Check that the project is biddable and buildable; identifies aspects of the design which
 maintainability review           might make the facility difficult to operate or maintain
 Drawings and specifications      Review the plans, special provisions and bid item summary/cost estimate, and ensure all
 cross-check                      bid items are represented on the plans, specs, and estimate; check for inconsistencies
 Biddability review               Review the bid package to ensure compatibility of plans, Special Provisions and Schedule
                                  of Values (bid items).


Project Planning and Implementation
Our process starts with development of a Project Guide that defines goals,
                                                                                               Project Guide Elements
scope, work activities and processes, quality reviews, and deliverables.
                                                                                               Project Guide Elements
Brief narrative reports are submitted with each monthly invoice to provide                     Overall Project Definition and
detailed accountability to the City. The reports include information about work                    Objectives
completed, activities anticipated, and the status of the assignment. The                       Decision-Making (Lines of
following procedures and resources will be used:                                                   Authority, Supervision, and
                                                                                                   Responsibility)
 Maintain compatible systems with deliverables that mirror the City’s to                      Project Budget
  eliminate conversion or rework                                                               Baseline Schedule
                                                                                               Work Breakdown Structure
 Use HDR’s Management Information/Accounting System to monitor cost
                                                                                               Communication Plan and
  control                                                                                          Reporting Requirements
 Use HDR’s Project Guide to manage schedule performance and plan                              Risk Management Plan
  resource utilization                                                                         Change Management Plan
                                                                                               Quality Management Plan
 Monitor project status weekly and resolve issues quickly                                     Safety Plan
 Effectively manage team meetings with emphasis on documentation, follow-                     Work Plan Contingencies
  up action items, and task assignments                                                            (Scoping, Scheduling and
                                                                                                   Budgeting)
 Develop and implement a communication plan to ensure clear
  communication
 Communicate through both electronic and face-to-face meetings
 Track budget expenditures at the contract, project, and task levels to encourage budget control.

Cost Control
Our approach to cost control includes focused efforts during the preliminary design phase on elements where
latitude for decisions remains. We put a high priority on real-time construction cost estimating throughout
design. This allows the project team to consider alternatives and options during the preliminary design phase.
Our construction experts will perform proactive constructability reviews during design to optimize
construction sequencing and reduce risks. We make cost control a priority by applying the following
procedures:

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 Track engineering budget expenditures weekly, and perform regular cost-to-complete updates.
 Ensure early identification and notification to your Project Manager of potential out-of-scope work issues.
 Use of Microsoft Project scheduling software to manage schedule performance.
 Effective management of team meetings.
 Frequent communication with your Project Manager


Managing for Change
No matter how carefully you plan, some changes are inevitable. In many cases, incorporating changes in a
project mid-stream can bring additional value to the City. The key to a successful project is to anticipate and
manage change. When there is a potential change in project scope, budget, or schedule, Claude Sakr and
HDR’s Work Order / Design Manager will meet with the City’s Project Manager to discuss the issue and
solutions. The five tools that HDR uses to manage change are:
 Look for and identify creative and economical ways to achieve your goals.
 Anticipate and identify issues early in the process and communicate these to the Project Manager.
 Develop and apply practical, workable, and efficient solutions.
 Bring the knowledge gained from each effort to improve the next.
 Make mid-course corrections to continuously improve our efforts.


Project Management Philosophy
Results-oriented management approach provides consistent progress and delivers projects with the greatest
long-term value
HDR has delivered numerous work orders under previous contracts for the City, and has compiled many
lessons learned. We take an integrated approach to all phases of a project, seeking the critical path where
complementary tasks can be performed concurrently instead of sequentially when logical.
HDR’s management approach centers on addressing key issues by anticipating variables to be factored into
key decisions regarding approach and methods for each work order. HDR’s contract manager, Claude Sakr,
will manage the partnerships with HDR, providing the City with the best staff for each work order. Our team
will manage and deliver quality deliverables on time and within budget through judicious assignment of
professional staff and technical resources. We will focus on the eight critical success factors shown in Table
10.
 Table 11. Unique features of HDR’s management approach will lead to accomplishing critical success factors.
 Critical Success Factor               HDR Team Feature / Approach
 Committed and available staff         Our team has the skills and relationships required to deliver assignments on schedule.
 provides you with the expertise you   Our work planning system allows us to accurately project resource and staffing needs so
 need when you need it.                that staff is available to keep projects on track.
 Expeditious contracting reduces       HDR’s experience with on-call contracts has given us a thorough understanding of your
 your cost and workload.               contracting process and reporting requirements.
 Project planning process means        HDR will develop a Project Guide for each work order that provides a framework for
 greater control, no surprises.        project success – without surprises. We will anticipate challenges before they become
                                       problems.

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 Table 11. Unique features of HDR’s management approach will lead to accomplishing critical success factors.
 Critical Success Factor               HDR Team Feature / Approach
 Responsiveness keeps your project     HDR commits to starting each work order assignment within two days of authorization
 on schedule.                          from the City.
 Understand that the City is the owner We understand it is the City who bears the long-term operational and maintenance
 of the transportation system.         responsibility for completed projects. We will present solutions so that the City can make
                                       informed decisions
 Do the work “the City way” and do it  HDR will take ownership of each work assignment throughout the life of the contract and
 right the first time.                 ensure efficiency and continuity on project issues and commitments.
 Effective coordination and            Because roadway engineering is a service that requires very close coordination with
 communication with City staff.        many other technical disciplines, effective communication with City staff will be
                                       maintained throughout the project.
 Effective project controls delivers   This contract may require the management of multiple work orders. HDR has procedures
 quality, safe, and cost-effective     in place to allow our team members to provide:
 products.                              Clear and frequent communication
                                        Common purpose and understanding of project objectives and needs
                                        Solution appropriate to the problem
                                        Appropriate staff dedicated at appropriate times on the project
                                        Proactive management of our subs
                                        Quality Control/Quality Assurance reviews on all deliverables
                                        Regular comparison of contracted scope/budget vs. actual
                                        Notification/negotiation of out-of-scope work before it is performed


Responsive and Flexible Work Order Management
Daily management and coordination is vital for the success of any project. HDR offers Contract Manager
Claude Sakr, who has demonstrated success in delivering similar projects. Our team’s management structure
and staff composition brings proven experience and knowledge to ensure successful performance.
Contract Manager Claude Sakr, will provide a single point of contact for contracting and initiating work orders
with the City. He will have direct accountability for HDR’s performance and quality control. He will define
project needs with the City’s project manager. He will then assign staff that are a best match to project needs,
including type, size, duration, and complexity. He will provide direction, define strategies, and act as HDR’s
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Section 4. Track Record with City of Albany
(Responds to Evaluation Criterion 4.6)
Over the past several years, HDR has successfully completed a number of small projects for the City of
Albany. In doing so, we have developed relationships with city staff and have built our working knowledge of
the city’s standards and preferences. In addition, we have also developed a solid understanding of the city’s
long-range goals.
Over the past several years, we have met with staff regarding other projects in the City’s Capital Improvement
Program. We have carefully listened to the critical issues and challenges the City faces in implementing these
projects; HDR’s experience with the City and with other similar municipalities within the mid-Willamette
Valley makes our staff well suited to successfully fulfill your future planning, design, and construction needs.
Recently Completed Projects for the City
•   Ongoing – HDR is currently providing water resource engineering and planning services to the City of
    Albany. Under the first work order, HDR provided civil engineering support to City of Albany staff for the
    major structures under the long-term canal improvement program. This cost estimate was then used to
    identify critical project elements and develop program implementation plan.
•   2008 – HDR assisted the City of Albany in assessing their 18-mile-long water supply and hydropower
    canal originally constructed in 1872.
•   2005 – HDR worked with the City to develop a multi-phase rehabilitation program for the Albany-Santiam
    Canal. Together with Ted Mikowski, HDR developed a work plan and associated budgetary estimates and
    detailed scopes of work to begin implementing rehabilitation goals.
•   2004 – HDR provided advisory consultation to the City in identifying options for a maintenance plan that
    would effectively manage the wastewater treatment facility as it began to approach lifecycle completion.
•   2003 – HDR served in an advisory capacity to the City, providing project management guidance for the
    Albany Outdoor Aquatic Center design-build project, a joint effort by volunteers and local contractors.

Successful Performance Record
Each of the projects listed above was successfully completed within schedule and budget constraints and by
the same staff that were initially proposed to do the work. This staff continuity is something our office prides
ourselves in … that is we commit the right staff for the project up front and do not change staff halfway
through.




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HDR Engineering, Inc.
Labor and Fee Schedule

Below is a schedule of HDR's rates and expenses, both of which are applicable through June 30,
2010. The rates reflect a wide range of categories to provide the appropriate levels of
experience that may be required on City projects.


BILLING RATES
July 1, 2009 through June 30, 2010

Labor Classification                                 Billing Rate
Principal                                            $ 210.92
QC Specialist                                        $ 199.49
Sr. Project Manager                                  $ 189.10
Project Manager                                      $ 171.44
Sr. Planner/Scientist                                $ 162.08
Planner/Scientist                                    $ 136.11
Jr. Planner/Scientist                                $      89.35
Sr. Project Engineer                                 $ 162.08
Project Engineer                                     $ 136.11
Engineer in Training                                 $      97.67
Technician III                                       $ 120.42
Technician II                                        $ 102.86
Technician I                                         $      87.28
Designer III                                         $ 142.60
Designer II                                          $ 112.21
Designer I                                           $      97.67
Right of Way Specialist III                          $ 190.14
Right of Way Specialist II                           $ 143.38
Right of Way Specialist I                            $      95.07
Construction Project Manager                         $ 158.97
Construction Inspector                               $ 108.06
Sr. Project Administrator                            $ 126.76
Project Administrator                                $      97.67
Clerical                                             $      69.61


DIRECT NONLABOR COSTS
Photocopies                                         pages at        $         0.10
Print Copying                                       sq.ft. at       $         0.25
Fax                                                 pages at        $         0.25
Plot paper, B&W, 24x36                              sheets at       $         7.00
Plot paper, B&W, 12x18                              sheets at       $         3.00
Plot paper, Color, 24x36                            sheets at       $         8.50
Plot paper, Color, 12x18                            sheets at       $         3.75
Plot mylar, B&W, 24x36                              sheets at       $       16.00
Plot mylar, B&W, 12x18                              sheets at       $         6.00
Technology Charge                                   hours at        $         3.70
Personal Mileage                                      at the current federal rate
                                          Paul R. Bott
Education
B.S., Civil Engineering                   Senior Review / QA&QC

Professional Registrations                Professional Experience
Professional Engineer, Oregon
                                          Mr. Bott is a structural engineer with almost 30 years of experience. His design experience
Professional Engineer - Structural,       include a variety of structures types: long span bridges, superstructure for concrete
Washington
                                          segmental, cable-stayed, prestressed and post-tensioned concrete, reinforced concrete, steel,
Professional Engineer, Alaska
                                          and timber bridges. He has performed type, size, and location studies, feasibility studies, and
Professional Engineer - Civil, Missouri   final designs for bridges. In addition, Mr. Bott has designed substructure for concrete and
Professional Engineer - Civil, Montana    steel pile-supported, drilled shaft, and spread footing foundations and has performed
Professional Engineer - Civil, Nevada     dynamic modeling and seismic analysis for bridges and cut-and-cover tunnels. He is also
Professional Engineer - Civil, Texas      familiar with developing civil and structural computer programs and completing value
                                          engineering and design reviews.
Professional Affiliations
American Segmental Bridge Institute,      HDR Project Experience
Member
                                          I-205 Columbia River Bridge, Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT),
American Society of Civil Engineers
(ASCE), Member                            Portland, OR. Design review, construction observation, and shop drawing review for 7,470-
                                          foot segmental post-tensioned concrete box girder bridge.
Earthquake Engineering and Research
Institute, Member
                                          City of Ridgefield, I-5 / SR501 (Pioneer Street) Interchange, Ridgefield, WA. Peer
HDR Tenure                                Reviewer and Technical Support. The I-5/SR 501 interchange is being reconstructed to help
14 Years                                  alleviate congestion and improve safety on SR 501. HDR prepared preliminary and final
                                          design, and assisted the client in holding a VE study to evaluate alternatives. A reconfigured
Industry Tenure                           diamond interchange was selected, greatly reducing the bridge cost. The project also
29 Years                                  included ramp improvements, new signals, and new roundabouts.

                                          I-84 Quarry Bridges, ODOT, La Grande, OR. Bridge QA Manager and Peer Reviewer for
                                          design-build of four new replacement bridges over the Grande Ronde River. The project
                                          includes preliminary and final bridge design, hydraulic analysis, load rating, contract plans,
                                          specifications, and cost estimates. The prestressed concrete bridges are approximately 400
                                          feet in length and designed to AASHTO LRFD bridge design standards. Mr. Botts
                                          responsibility is to perform independent reviews and audit all bridge plans and designs for
                                          compliance with the project specific Quality Assurance Manual.

                                          I-90 First Hill Lid, WSDOT, Mercer Island, WA. Lead Design Engineer for preliminary
                                          and final design of a 2,800-foot-long cut-and-cover tunnel. Provided structural analysis,
                                          dynamic analysis, CADD layout, and custom computer programs for the lidded structure.

                                          SR 101, SR 12 to SR 109, Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT),
                                          Aberdeen/Hoquiam, WA. Lead Bridge Engineer for feasibility and design report studies to
                                          develop the now completed corridor plans and conceptual bridge layouts across two
                                          waterways for highway SR 101 through the Cities of Aberdeen and Hoquiam.

                                          SR 82, Columbia River Bridge, ODOT, Umatilla, OR. Design Engineer for a long span
                                          steel camelback truss bridge spanning the Columbia River.

                                          SR 509 Puyallup River Bridge, Tacoma, WA. Design Review for a 1460-foot concrete
                                          segmental box girder bridge over the Puyallup River in Tacoma, WA.
 First Avenue South Bridge, WSDOT, Seattle, WA. Lead Structural Engineer and
 Engineer-of-record for preliminary and final design of the trunnion beam and bearing
 housing on a 194 ft double bascule leaf bridge. Also prepared 3D computer model of the
 bridge for finite element analysis and visual presentation. The presentation included a six-
 minute computer animated video featuring perspective from the drivers, bridge operators,
 and boaters perspective.

 Gravina Island Bridge, ADOT, Ketchikan, AK. Senior Bridge Engineer for conceptual
 design and EIS study of a major bridge crossing the Tongass Narrows in Ketchikan, Alaska.
 The project includes six different alignments with bridges ranging in length from 3220 feet
 to over a mile. Bridge types include concrete segmental box girder, cable-stayed, arch, steel
 box and plate girders. Mr. Botts responsibilities include preparing a wind loading and safety
 evaluation study for the high-level bridge alternatives.

 I-10 Papago Expressway Viaduct, Arizona Department of Transportation, Phoenix,
 AZ. Design Engineer for final design of a steel plate girder viaduct. The 4,200-foot twin
 viaducts feature wide girder spacing and frame-through integral steel pier caps.

 I-170 @ I-270 Interchange Improvements, Missouri Department of Transportation, St.
 Louis, MO. Bridge Lead and Engineer-of-record for preliminary and final design of two of
 the seven bridges at the I-170 / I-270 Interchange. The project included full reconstruction of
 an existing three-legged interchange under traffic. The two bridges under his supervision
 were both over 1000 feet long and comprised of steel plate girders and prestressed concrete
 girders. Responsible for preliminary and final plans, specifications and construction cost
 estimates.

 Alaskan Way Viaduct and Seawall Replacement Project, WSDOT and Seattle
 Transportation (SeaTran), Seattle, WA. Aerial Structures Lead for a new structure to
 replace an existing 11,000-foot double-decked viaduct and seawall. The project entails
 developing both aerial and underground alternatives for EIS evaluation and to perform
 preliminary engineering on the preferred alternative.

 Alaska Dept of Trans & Public Facilities, Glenn Parks Interchange Environmental
 Review, AK. Structural Engineer. HDR provided professional services including surveying,
 engineering, environmental evaluation, agency coordination, permit application, and project
 scope development necessary to gain approval of the environmental document. (2004)
 Alaska Dept of Trans & Public Facilities, Gravina Island Bridge Project and Financial
 Analysis, Ketchikan, AK. Senior Bridge Engineer. Paul was the senior bridge engineer for
 the conceptual design and EIS study of a major bridge crossing the Tongass Narrows in
 Ketchikan, Alaska. The project includes six different alignments with bridges ranging in
 length from 3220 feet to over a mile. Bridge types include concrete segmental box girder,
 cable-stayed, arch, steel box and plate girders. Paul led the preliminary bridge design for the
 preferred alternative. He also was responsible for preparing numerous technical memos
 including structural design criteria, preliminary bridge structures (type selection), structural
 methodology reports, and wind safety study. (2003 to 2004)




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                                       Robert W. Bower
                                       Engineer-Operations

                                       Bob is one of HDR's top operations specialists, with years of experience in the
Education                              startup/testing, operation, maintenance, and management of municipal water and
Bachelor of Science, Environmental     wastewater treatment, pumping, and distribution facilities. His experience includes
Sciences/Studies, University of WI     performing constructability reviews, preparing O&M manuals, providing operations
Green Bay, 1978                        assistance, evaluating and optimizing treatment plants, troubleshooting equipment,
                                       starting up and commissioning treatment facilities, delivering operator training, devising
Professional Registrations             automated control strategies, assisting with asset management programs, and designing
Wastewater Treatment Plant
                                       plant process laboratories. He has also performed advanced wastewater treatment
Operator, North Carolina, No. 989951
                                       research, and is a certified Grade 4 wastewater treatment plant operator.
Wastewater Treatment Plant
Operator, Washington, No. 3601
                                       Selected Project Experience
Professional Affiliations              City of Silverton Wastewater Management Facilities, OR. Bob provided QA/QC for
Operation of BNR WWTP Manual           design of improvements to expand the wastewater treatment plant to 10 mgd to handle
Task Force, Member
                                       peak flows, provide ammonia removal, and eliminate chlorine in the plant discharge to
Pacific Northwest Clean Water          improve water quality protection. Improvements included new headworks facility, new
Association (PNCWA), Member
                                       primary clarifier, flow equalization basin and return flow pumping station, conversion of
Water Environment Federation,          the trickling filter solids contact process to a biological nutrient removal (BNR)
Member
                                       activated sludge process to meet 1 mg NH4-N/L and 10 mg/L total nitrogen, fine bubble
                                       aeration system improvements, addition of a secondary clarifier and return activated
HDR Tenure
17 Years                               sludge (RAS)/waste activated sludge (WAS) pumping facilities, provision of sodium
                                       bisulfite feed for dechlorination, new effluent pumping station to convey the treated
Industry Tenure                        effluent to wetlands, conversion of the chlorine contact basin to UV disinfection, and
30 Years                               dissolved air flotation thickener. The activated sludge system uses an innovative process
                                       involving cyclical aeration in a high-rate reactor to achieve nitrification and
                                       denitrification. Advantages of this approach include outstanding treatment flexibility in
                                       the face of changing flow and loading conditions, the ability to achieve very low total
                                       nitrogen levels, enhanced oxygen transfer efficiency, the ability to denitrify with no
                                       recycle pumping, improved settleablility, and a compact reactor footprint. The plant can
                                       be upgraded to provide biological phosphorus removal through addition of an anaerobic
                                       basin upstream of the aerobic/anoxic basins. The Silverton activated sludge system
                                       represents the first application of this technology in the United States.
                                       Monterey Regional Water Pollution Control Agency Screw Press Dewatering,
                                       Monterey, CA. Designed a new dewatering system at the wastewater treatment plant,
                                       which included sludge feed tanks and pumps, liquid polymer blending and feed system,
                                       three flocculation tanks, three rotary screen thickeners, three screw presses (for Class B
                                       sludge production, with the ability to accommodate Class A sludge production in the
                                       future by adding lime handling system, lime/sludge mixing tank, and potential boiler
                                       skid system) and associated piping, electrical equipment, instrumentation, and two
                                       biosolids cake storage tanks. The cake conveyance system conveys dewatered cake from
                                       the screw presses directly to rolling bins or trucks for subsequent hauling and disposal.
                                       City of Healdsburg Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade, CA. HDR designed a
                                       new 1.4 mgd average dry weather flow (ADWF) and 7.0 mgd peak hour (with flow
                                       equalization) wastewater treatment plant, which uses an activated sludge process,
                                       followed by membrane bioreactor (MBR) process for filtration. Improvements included
                                       the following: (1) headworks facility consisting of coarse and fine (1 mm) screens, grit
                                       removal, flow measurement, equalization basin diversion structure, and odor control; (2)
 biological treatment facility that includes aeration basins, aerobic digesters, anoxic
 zones, membrane immersion tanks, splitter boxes, odor control, walk-on aluminum
 covers, and pre-engineered metal building that is opened on two sides; (3) MBR facility
 with pumps, chemical equipment, and other control equipment; (4) operations building
 (masonry) containing the control room, laboratory, locker room(s), and employee break
 room; (5) ultraviolet (UV) disinfection for final effluent disinfection; (6) sludge storage
 and handling, which utilizes the Cannibal process to reduce the overall quantity of solids
 handling requirements at the wastewater treatment plant; (7) effluent storage pond lined
 with a geo-membrane (synthetic) liner, as well as a reclaimed water pumping station
 adjacent to this pond. The solids handling system includes a solids storage tank (aerobic
 digester), fine screens, and final sludge dewatering device (i.e., a belt press or
 centrifuge) housed within a masonry building.
 City of Pasco, Wastewater Treatment Plant Operations Services, WA. Provided
 startup assistance for the new primary clarifiers, trickling filter pumping station,
 trickling filter, lime storage and metering system, activated sludge basin with fine
 bubble diffusers, blower output control system, basin air flow control system, secondary
 clarifiers, UV light disinfection facility, and dissolved air flotation thickener facilities.
 Coordinated startup activities with control systems integrator and fine-tuned control
 loops following startup. Prepared training materials and delivered operator training.
 City of Winston-Salem Wastewater Treatment Master Plan, NC. As operations
 specialist during master planning of improvements to convert the coarse bubble diffusers
 in the Activated Sludge Basins 1, 2, and 3 at 21 mgd Muddy Creek WWTP to fine
 bubble diffusers, Bob's improvements included nitrification and denitrification to reduce
 blower requirements and reduce operating costs, and new aeration system to allow
 conversion to potential future requirements for phosphorus removal.
 City of Yuba WWTP Plant Expansion, CA. Bob performed a condition assessment of
 the wastewater treatment plant during predesign of improvements to expand the
 wastewater treatment plant from 7 to 9 mgd. Identified operational improvements that
 were subsequently designed and constructed. Improvements included new headworks
 facility, pure oxygen activated sludge system modifications, concrete renovation of the
 oxygen and chlorine contact basins, plant effluent discharge piping modifications,
 additional reclaimed water pumping system, new cogeneration system utilizing
 microturbines, anaerobic digestion system upgrades, additional belt press for
 dewatering, sludge drying bed modifications to simplify drying and removal and
 improve dust control, soil bed odor control for the headworks and solids handling
 facility using biofilters.
 Clean Water Services, Durham Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansions, Tigard,
 OR. Served as the operations specialist for numerous improvements and expansions at
 the Durham Wastewater Treatment Plant for over 10 years. Responsible for preparing
 O&M manuals, preparing startup plans, assisting with startup and commissioning of
 new equipment and systems, preparing training operator materials, providing operator
 training, providing operational assistance after startup, and performing constructability
 reviews as operations specialist. A key enhancement was the conversion of primary
 sludge thickeners to a fermentation/thickener configuration to generate supplemental
 volatile fatty acids (VFAs).
 Budd Inlet Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvements, WA. HDR designed
 process improvements to the Budd Inlet Wastewater Treatment Plant. The project
 consists of major upgrades to the biological nitrogen removal process, centrate treatment
 facilities, chemical feed facilities, odor control, energy conservation improvements, and
 rehabilitation of primary sedimentation facilities.




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                                Fredrick S. Hale
                                Work Order Manager; Drafting Support; Rail Designer

Education                       Professional Experience
Associate of Arts, CADD, 1994   Scott Hale has 14 years of experience as a rail designer, with design experience on multiple
                                railroad and roadway projects. He has managed and designed projects for reconstruction and
HDR Tenure                      rehabilitation of mainline track, of railroad crossings for the WPRR, CORP, and UPRR.
11 Years
                                Scott has significant expertise in the modeling of freight movements, especially in the
                                modeling of rail operations. He is currently the project manager on a rail capacity study for
Industry Tenure
14 Years
                                the Port of Portland.

                                He is experienced in the use of AutoCAD 2000i, Land Development Desktop, MicroStation,
                                SelectCAD, Rails and RTC. Scott also has four years of CAD management experience
                                working on multi-discipline projects. He has a working knowledge of water and wastewater
                                treatment facilities, water resources, mechanical, structural, pipelines, electrical, I&C,
                                roadways, general civil, sitework, database management, and graphic design.

                                HDR Project Experience
                                Oregon Department of Transportation, OR 223 Kings Valley Hwy at Dallas-Rickreall
                                Hwy, Dallas, OR. Technician General 1. This project improved mobility by realigning the
                                north-south alignment through the signalized intersection of the Kings Valley Highway
                                (Hwy 191) and the Dallas-Rickreall Hwy (Hwy 189) and widening the intersection
                                approaches to add turning lanes. The realignment eliminated the jog through the
                                intersection, reduced the skew angle, and created a conventional signalized intersection
                                designed to eliminate driver confusion.
                                Grade Crossings Design, Union Pacific Railroad. Union Pacific Railroad planned to
                                double track the Niles and Coast Subdivisions. UP requested HDR to design plan and profile
                                drawings for the roadway approaches for rehabilitated at-grade crossings in the cities of
                                Oakland and Newark, Ca along these subdivisions. Roadway design included plan, profile,
                                pavement sections and minor drainage improvements.
                                BNSF Railway Company, Portland Intermodal Road-Railer Operation, Portland, OR.
                                Design and Engineering Services for the Expansion of Portland Intermodal Facility to
                                Accommodate the New Road-Railer Operation.
                                BNSF Railway Company, Work Allocation Model for Track System Inventory, WA.
                                Technician General 1. HDR assisted BNSF with an allocation model study, which predicted
                                the work units required for BNSF's operating budget purposes. The purpose of this project
                                was to audit and correct BNSF's existing work unit allocation model.
                                Bridging the Valley, Spokane, WA. This project will determine the feasibility of
                                eliminating the UP corridor in Spokane by consolidating and relocating UP's operations to
                                the BNSF corridor. Freight rail traffic over theses routes has continued to increase which has
                                added pressure to manage local traffic congestion, train noise, safety hazards, and other
                                issues associated with more than 70 at-grade crossings. For this project, Mr. Hale layed out
                                several track alternatives exploring the functionality of getting form the UPRR track onto the
                                BNSF tracks. Utilized Microstation /SelectCAD V8 to lay out the horizontal and vertical
                                track alignments, and created track charts and conceptual track alignment plans.
 BRW Inc., Washington County Commuter Rail Pre-Operation Plans, Beaverton, OR,
 OR, Wilsonville, OR. Technician General 1. HDR prepared a station site analysis for
 proposed 18-mile suburban commuter rail service from Beaverton to Wilsonville, OR. Scott
 performed detailed modeling for the rail corridor. This study identified possible conflicts
 between transit and freight uses, and ways in which the corridor can be made more efficient
 for high-priority passenger traffic. Scott also was responsible for the inspection of the
 existing track and the layout of siding track off the mainline, as well as horizontal and
 vertical design.
 Central Oregon & Pacific R.r., Agnes Road Grade Crossing. Technician General 1. For
 the Agnes Road Grade Crossing, HDR designed the signal, trackway and profile design,
 construction management, bid documents for the CORP.
 Central Oregon & Pacific R.r., Douglas County Road 388 Realignment and
 Improvements, OR. Technician General 1. HDR developed the designs for reconstructing
 the 6th and 7th Street at-grade crossings as well as signal upgrades, and pedestrian facilities
 at the remaining 5 crossings. This work included extensive coordination with ODOT, local
 agencies and their consultants, and utilities. The Road 388 improvements included a railroad
 crossing to accommodate the new roadway design.
 Central Oregon & Pacific R.r., Garfield Road Grade Crossing. Technician General 1.
 For the Garfield Road Grade Crossing, HDR designed the signal, trackway and profile
 design, construction management, bid documents for the CORP to accommodate OR 99 SB
 widening or right turn lane. Project required removal of two tracks.
 Central Oregon & Pacific R.r., Gold Hill Grade Crossing, Gold Hill, OR. Engineer
 Civil. Scott worked on 10 grade crossing improvements in urban and rural locations in
 southern Oregon (Grants Pass, Medford, Douglas County, Rogue River, Gold Hill, and
 Roseburg). He worked as the client liaison to design the horizontal alignment and vertical
 profiles for the grade crossings; developed final design drawings and specifications; and
 created construction specifications. Scott designed ditch and channel sections to
 accommodate drainage needs and detention requirements. He was also responsible for the
 layout of the railroad signals where the track crossed the roadway.
 CH2M Hill, East End Connector, Portland, OR. Technician General 1. HDR prepared
 preliminary design and PS&E documents for this $26M OTIA I funded project that features
 a new grade separation bridge crossing and the widening of Killingsworth Blvd. Services
 include construction inspection. Work on budget and schedule.
 City of Kennewick, Columbia Center Boulevard, Kennewick, WA. Technician General
 1. Columbia Center Boulevard is a major urban arterial crossing the BNSF's Yakima Valley
 Subdivision between Deschutes Avenue and Clearwater Avenue in Kennewick, Washington.
 To grade separate the railroad and roadway traffic, HDR realigned two miles of main track,
 offsetting the track 100 feet and lowering it 30 feet at the crossing. Columbia Center
 Boulevard was widened along its existing alignment and carried over the tracks onto a new
 single-span bridge. HDR designed a shallow, precast superstructure with a cast-in-place
 topping slab to minimize the depth the tracks needed to be lowered and to allow for fast
 construction. Railroad and roadway traffic was maintained throughout construction by using
 a temporary four-lane detour road and a temporary at-grade railroad crossing signal. The
 new bridge now holds 5-foot sidewalks and seven 12-foot lanes.




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                                            Richard K. Hampson
Education
B.S., Civil Engineering, 1991               Work Order / Design Manager, Traffic Studies, Roadway Design
B.S., Business Administration, 1968
                                            Professional Experience
Professional Registrations                  Mr. Hampson is Senior Project Engineer in HDR’s Portland, Oregon office with 40 years of
Professional Engineer - Civil, Oregon       public and private sector experience working on complex urban roadway, access control, and
Professional Engineer - Civil, Washington   special traffic studies projects. He regularly provides roadway design leadership including
Professional Engineer - Land Surveyor,      pavement preservation. His experience includes managing interdisciplinary designers with
Oregon, No. 2450                            focus on civil engineering, traffic engineering, surveying, traffic control, and access
                                            management. He has a unique understanding of construction staging and traffic operations
HDR Tenure                                  through his extensive experience as senior roadway designer and as past ODOT Region 1
6 Years
                                            Access Control Engineer.
Industry Tenure
40 Years                                    HDR Project Experience
                                            City of Wilsonville, Boeckman Road Extension, Wilsonville, OR. Project Engineer. HDR
                                            prepared an environmental assessment and alternatives alignment analysis for the proposed
                                            new Boeckman Road extension from the vicinity of 95th Avenue to 110th Avenue; and
                                            prepared preliminary design and PS&E construction documents for the Boeckman Road
                                            extension and the reconstruction of Tooze Road to arterial standards from 110th Avenue to
                                            Grahams Ferry Road.
                                            Oregon Department of Transportation, Pac-Dooley Bridge Rehabilitation (Highway
                                            101), Seaside, OR. Access Management and QC Engineer. Prepared the final access
                                            management strategy and related access issues and provided quality control review of
                                            preliminary roadway design in support of the DAP phase. This $22.2 million project expands
                                            1.5 miles of the existing highway from a two-lane to a four-lane facility and includes the use
                                            of one-way couplets for a portion of the route, with one couplet on a new alignment and
                                            multi-phased traffic control plans to route traffic through the planned construction.
                                            Oregon Department of Transportation, I-84 Quarry Bridges Replacement Design-
                                            Build Project, La Grande, OR. Quality Control Reviewer. HDR was the lead designer on
                                            this design-build project that provided roadway and bridge services along the Old Oregon
                                            Trail Highway (I-84), the primary east-west truck route in eastern Oregon. The job involved
                                            replacing four bridges near La Grande, two at Lower Quarry and two at Upper Quarry. The
                                            bridges are located over an environmentally sensitive waterway, the Grande Ronde River,
                                            that provides habitat for endangered and sensitive species of fish.
                                            Oregon Department of Transportation, OR 223 Kings Valley Hwy at Dallas-Rickreall
                                            Hwy, Dallas, OR. Engineer Staff. This project improved mobility by realigning the north-
                                            south alignment through the signalized intersection of the Kings Valley Highway (Hwy 191)
                                            and the Dallas-Rickreall Hwy (Hwy 189) and widening the intersection approaches to add
                                            turning lanes. The realignment eliminated the jog through the intersection, reduced the skew
                                            angle, and created a conventional signalized intersection designed to eliminate driver
                                            confusion.
                                            CH2M Hill, East End Connector, Portland, OR. Project Engineer. HDR prepared
                                            preliminary design and PS&E documents for this $26M OTIA I funded project that features
                                            a new grade separation bridge crossing and the widening of Killingsworth Blvd. Services
                                            include construction inspection. Work on budget and schedule.
 City of Ridgefield, I-5 / SR501 (Pioneer Street) Interchange, Ridgefield, WA. The I-5/SR
 501 interchange is being reconstructed to help alleviate congestion and improve safety on SR
 501. HDR prepared preliminary and final design, and assisted the client in holding a VE
 study to evaluate alternatives. A reconfigured diamond interchange was selected, greatly
 reducing the bridge cost. The project also included ramp improvements, new signals, and
 new roundabouts.
 Oregon Department of Transportation, Bateman Creek Bridge Replacement & Fish
 Passage, Balm Grove, OR. The fish ladder and culvert at Bateman Creek, which are
 impassable to these fish, will be replaced with a bridge. Key services HDR is providing
 include preliminary engineering services necessary to develop the Design Acceptance
 Package (DAP) for the Bateman Creek fish passage.
 I-5 at Highway 217/Kruse Way, ODOT, Washington and Clackamas Counties, OR.
 Senior Project Leader; managed the preliminary and final design of this $34.4M complex
 freeway-to-freeway interchange improvements. Project included alternatives alignment
 analysis, geometric layout of freeway on and off-ramp systems and fish passage culverts.
 Mr. Hampson initiated, directed, and coordinated first-time ODOT use of A+B Method of
 Contracting, saving significant road user costs with considerably shorter contract duration.
 He was also the lead engineer during the review process of contractor's accelerated schedule,
 to assure feasibility during transition from design staff to ODOT field administration staff.

 US 26 Sunset Highway - Sylvan Interchange - Highland Interchange Section,
 Multnomah County, OR. Senior roadway designer; led team of designers during
 preliminary design and performed quality control reviews of design deliverables during the
 preparation of PS&E documents for this $16.5 million separated highway that included the
 full reconstruction of this six-lane section of US 26.

 Willamette River (Ross Island) Bridge Rehabilitation Project, ODOT. Senior Project
 Leader responsible for the preparation of preliminary and final design.

 Highway 99E at S. 2nd and Tumwater Avenues Safety Project, ODOT, Oregon City,
 OR. Served as Senior Project Leader responsible for the preparation of preliminary and final
 design.

 I-5 at Nyberg Rd. (Southbound Ramp) Safety Project, ODOT, Tualatin, OR. Served as
 Senior Project Leader responsible for the preparation of preliminary and final design.

 I-205 to SE 98th Safety Project, ODOT, Portland, OR. Served as Senior Project Leader
 responsible for the preparation of preliminary and final design.




Richard K. Hampson - Page 2
Education
B.S., Civil Engineering, 1990
                                              Brendan E. LeBlanc
                                              Task Order Manager; Traffic Studies; Signals & Intersections
Professional Registrations
Professional Engineer - Civil, Oregon         Professional Experience
Professional Engineer - Civil, Washington     Mr. LeBlanc has 18 years of experience in roadway design, traffic studies and construction.
Project Management Professional, No.          Brendan’s experience covers both rural and urban environments. Mr. LeBlanc has served as
429916
                                              both a technical engineer and a project manager in his career. He has provided professional
Professional Traffic Operations Engineer,     services to Clark County, City of Wilsonville, the Oregon Department of Transportation, the
No. 1584
                                              Washington Department of Transportation, the Idaho Transportation Department, Spokane
Certified Traffic Signal Inspector, Oregon,
                                              County, and private developers.
No. 42092 Issued: 04/17/2007, Expires:
02/14/2010
Professional Engineer - Traffic, Oregon,      HDR Project Experience
No. 74896                                     City of Wilsonville, Boeckman Road Extension, Wilsonville, OR. HDR prepared an
                                              environmental assessment and alternatives alignment analysis for the proposed new
Professional Affiliations                     Boeckman Road extension from the vicinity of 95th Avenue to 110th Avenue; and prepared
American Society of Civil Engineers
(ASCE), Oregon, Member
                                              preliminary design and PS&E construction documents for the Boeckman Road extension and
                                              the reconstruction of Tooze Road to arterial standards from 110th Avenue to Grahams Ferry
Project Management Institute (PMI),
Portland, Member, 2007-Present
                                              Road.
Toastmasters International, Sunrise,          City of Ridgefield, I-5/SR105 Interchange Design, Ridgefield, WA.
Member, 2007-Present
                                              Oregon Department of Transportation, Bateman Creek Bridge Replacement & Fish
HDR Tenure                                    Passage, Balm Grove, OR. The fish ladder and culvert at Bateman Creek, which are
4 Years                                       impassable to these fish, will be replaced with a bridge. Key services HDR is providing
                                              include preliminary engineering services necessary to develop the Design Acceptance
Industry Tenure                               Package (DAP) for the Bateman Creek fish passage.
18 Years
                                              Airport Road to Dooley Bridge (Highway 101), ODOT, Seaside, OR. Roadway engineer
                                              for the preliminary and Right-of-Way map phases of this project for the widening of a 3-mile-
                                              long corridor in western Oregon, and for the rehabilitation of two bridges. The Right-of-Way
                                              map for this project involved well over 200 Right-of-Way files and complicated boundaries
                                              were necessary because of the proposed roadway alignments.

                                              Oregon Department of Transportation, Pac-Dooley Bridge Rehabilitation (Highway
                                              101), Seaside, OR. Roadway engineer for the preliminary and Right-of-Way map phases.
                                              HDR is providing design and construction services for the widening of a 3-mile-long
                                              corridor in western Oregon, and for the rehabilitation of two bridges. US 101 is currently a
                                              two-lane highway that needs to be widened and updated to handle current and projected
                                              traffic levels. This project will widen the highway to accommodate two travel lanes in each
                                              direction and include other traffic control and access management features to increase
                                              capacity and safety.
                                              OR 223 Kings Valley Highway at Dallas-Rickreall Highway, ODOT, Dallas, OR. HDR
                                              provided project management support during Phase 1 (Conceptual Design and Public
                                              Involvement) and Phase 2 (design and construction bid let). The project is part of the OTIA
                                              funding program. The project realigned the intersection and widened the approaches to add
                                              turn lanes (and remove a “jog” through the intersection and add safety to the intersection).
                                              The goals of the project were to improve safety and add capacity to the intersection. The
                                              project included public involvement and access management components.
 US-95 Traffic Signal and Railroad Crossing, Coeur d’Alene, ID. Lead engineer for the
 design of traffic signals and an interconnected Railroad Crossing for two signals on US-95
 north of Coeur d’Alene and a railroad crossing on Garwood Road.
 US-95, Traffic Signals in Athol & Bonners Ferry & Sandpoint & Post Falls, ID. Lead
 engineer on four signalization & intersection modification projects (a total of 6 signals).
 SH-55, Traffic Signal in McCall, ID. Sole designer for this signalization project that
 included right-of-way acquisition, utility relocation, ordering hardware and construction
 support for the State maintenance workers constructing the signal.




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                                      Mark A. Libby
                                      Work Order / Design Manager, Bridge Design; Bridge Retrofit /
Education
B.S., Civil Engineering, 1987         Construction Administration

Professional Registrations            Professional Experience
Professional Engineer, Oregon
                                      Mark is a Senior Bridge Engineer with an extensive background in the design of highway
Professional Engineer, Washington     structures from small municipal projects to large highway projects. He is thoroughly familiar
Professional Engineer, Missouri       with the design, detail and construction issues for a wide range of bridge types, both new and
                                      rehabilitated, including the latest seismic design and modeling procedures. His experience
Professional Affiliations             also includes the field inspection and structural evaluation of highway structures as well as
American Society of Civil Engineers
                                      the construction field inspection of highway projects.
(ASCE), Member

HDR Tenure                            HDR Project Experience
4 Years                               Oregon Department of Transportation, Union Street Railroad Bridge Trail
                                      Connection, Salem, OR. Project Manager. HDR provided preliminary and final PS&E
Industry Tenure                       engineering and construction administrative services to convert the Union Street Railroad
21 Years                              Bridge into a pedestrian/bicycle trail connecting east and west Salem. Services included
                                      surveying, environmental studies, hydraulic studies, cultural/historical studies, structural
                                      inspection, preliminary and final trail design, and construction administration.
                                      I-5/SR501 (Pioneer Street) Interchange Structures Design and Analysis, Ridgefield, WA.
                                      Task Leader for the bridge and retaining wall. HDR is providing engineering and construction
                                      services to replace this congested interchange with a top-sided single point urban interchange.

                                      City of Wilsonville, Boeckman Road Extension, Wilsonville, OR. Structural Design
                                      Manager. The Boeckman Rd Connector project improves transportation mobility in
                                      Wilsonville by providing east-west connectivity through the Coffee Lake Creek Basin and
                                      across I-5. Access is limited across the wetland/ floodplain complex of the basin. HDR
                                      prepared alternative analysis, as part of the Type, Size and Location report, to evaluate a
                                      balance between wetland impacts and bridge layouts. The resulting six-span 405 ft. bridge
                                      on a curved alignment was then advanced to final plans. The floodplain area consisted of
                                      deep, soft soils overlaid with a 15 ft. layer of peat. Applying ODOTs new criteria for 500-
                                      and 1000-year seismic analysis combined with the weak foundation material resulted in an
                                      innovative design of integral pile bents throughout the bridge. The bridge carries two travel
                                      lanes, two bike lane/shoulders, and a raised trail section. Other features included luminaire
                                      supports, two 50 ft. long planter boxes in the trail section, Montana ledgestone facing on the
                                      combination bridge rails and planter boxes, and utility conduit design to accommodate
                                      transmission lines, cable, and telephone. Special end panel sleeper slabs were designed to
                                      accommodate strip seal expansion joints for the combined section of crowned roadway and
                                      raised trail.
                                      Oregon Department of Transportation, Bateman Creek Bridge Replacement & Fish
                                      Passage, Balm Grove, OR. Structural Design Manager. HDR provided preliminary and
                                      final PS&E plans for a single-span new bridge crossing. The structure creates a new channel
                                      section that is passable to fish, minimizes environmental impacts, and sustains transportation
                                      infrastructure with a new bridge to span the channel. Traffic analysis on this two-lane
                                      regional highway would only allow extended lane closures between November and March,
                                      requiring construction staging during winter months. HDR provided engineering services for
                                      Design Acceptance, Advance Plans, and Final Plans, Specifications and Estimate (PS&E) for
 the project. Working closely with representatives of ODOT, NOAA Fisheries, and ODFW,
 the HDR design team developed and modified bridge, channel, and roadway designs to
 accommodate the environmental and site constraints.


 US 101 Oregon Coast Highway, Airport Road to Broadway (Units 1&5), Clatsop County,
 OR. Design Manager for type, size and location study for the proposed bridge replacement
 project over the Neawanna River.

 Pinon Rd. Bridge Replacement, Pueblo CO. Design Manager for the 814-ft. 6-span
 prestressed girder bridge over Fountain Creek. Substructure types included integral and non-
 integral piers and semi-integral abutments on drilled caissons.

 Teller County Rd. 1 over Hay Creek, Teller County, CO. Design Manager for precast
 bridge deck replacement. Innovative design allowed for the existing 2-lane, 3-span, corrugated-
 metal bridge deck to be replaced in one day.

 Powers Blvd. Over Woodmen Rd. Interchange, Colorado Springs, CO. Design
 Lead/Manager for the twin 222-ft. 2-span prestressed concrete tub girder bridges with tiered
 MSE wall abutments and cast-in-place box pedestrian underpasses. Bridges utilized integral
 abutments on piling and integral pier diaphragms on multi-column piers supported by drilled
 caissons.

 Powers Blvd. Extension North, Colorado Springs, CO. Structural Design Lead for bridges
 over Pine and Kettle Creeks. Structures included two 150-ft. span prestressed girder bridges
 with spread footings on MSE wall abutments and three 455-ft. 3-span continuous steel plate
 girder bridges utilizing high performance steel and semi-integral abutments.

 Route 3 North Transportation Improvements Project (Design-Build), Chelmsford, MA.
 Structural Design Lead for the I-495 over Rte. 3 Interchange bridges. Two 94-m 4-span
 continuous high performance steel girder bridges with integral abutments in Category B
 seismic zone.

 I-25/I-40 Interchange – The Big I Reconstruction Project, Albuquerque, NM. Structural
 Design Lead for the $250 million, fast track, I-25 to I-40 interchange reconstruction project.
 Project involved 62 bridges consisting of structural steel, high strength pre-stressed concrete
 and pre-cast segmental box girder structures, in a category B seismic zone. This project had a
 required design schedule of 16 months with a construction requirement of 24 months.

 Phase III – Big I Construction Services, Albuquerque, NM. Senior Structural Project
 Engineer responsible for managing the construction engineering support for structures on the
 fast-track Big I Reconstruction Project.

 I-15 Freeway Reconstruction Project (Design-Build), Salt Lake City, UT. Lead design
 engineer for various bridges on the $1.6 billion design-build project. Structures included multi-
 span prestressed girder, single-span spliced post-tensioned girder, and multi-span steel girder
 bridges.

 Route 340 and I-270 Interchange, St. Louis, MO. Design of a 2-span prestressed girder
 bridge, 44 m long by 61 m wide to accommodate a top side single point urban interchange and
 a single span 22-m prestressed girder bridge for service road. Category B seismic analysis.


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HDR Engineering, Inc.
Labor and Fee Schedule

Below is a schedule of HDR's rates and expenses, both of which are applicable through June 30,
2010. The rates reflect a wide range of categories to provide the appropriate levels of
experience that may be required on City projects.


BILLING RATES
July 1, 2009 through June 30, 2010

Labor Classification                                 Billing Rate
Principal                                            $ 210.92
QC Specialist                                        $ 199.49
Sr. Project Manager                                  $ 189.10
Project Manager                                      $ 171.44
Sr. Planner/Scientist                                $ 162.08
Planner/Scientist                                    $ 136.11
Jr. Planner/Scientist                                $      89.35
Sr. Project Engineer                                 $ 162.08
Project Engineer                                     $ 136.11
Engineer in Training                                 $      97.67
Technician III                                       $ 120.42
Technician II                                        $ 102.86
Technician I                                         $      87.28
Designer III                                         $ 142.60
Designer II                                          $ 112.21
Designer I                                           $      97.67
Right of Way Specialist III                          $ 190.14
Right of Way Specialist II                           $ 143.38
Right of Way Specialist I                            $      95.07
Construction Project Manager                         $ 158.97
Construction Inspector                               $ 108.06
Sr. Project Administrator                            $ 126.76
Project Administrator                                $      97.67
Clerical                                             $      69.61


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Fax                                                 pages at        $         0.25
Plot paper, B&W, 24x36                              sheets at       $         7.00
Plot paper, B&W, 12x18                              sheets at       $         3.00
Plot paper, Color, 24x36                            sheets at       $         8.50
Plot paper, Color, 12x18                            sheets at       $         3.75
Plot mylar, B&W, 24x36                              sheets at       $       16.00
Plot mylar, B&W, 12x18                              sheets at       $         6.00
Technology Charge                                   hours at        $         3.70
Personal Mileage                                      at the current federal rate

								
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